Volkswagen hiking U.S. factory workers’ pay by 11% following union pressure

William of England
By William of England 1 Min Read

The German firm and different non-union automakers within the U.S. have come below elevated pressure to enhance pay and advantages following the file contracts achieved by the UAW in late October after 1000’s of its members went on a six-week focused strike.

Japanese automakers Honda Motor and Toyota have raised wages for non-union U.S. factory employees in latest weeks amid indicators that the union is popping its consideration to organizing the workforce at foreign-owned and Tesla auto crops.

[hotlink]Hyundai Motor[/hotlink] has additionally introduced a 25% improve over the following 4 years for non-union manufacturing employees in Alabama and Georgia.

UAW President Shawn Fain instructed Reuters final week that the union was getting expressions of curiosity in organizing from many Tesla employees.

The Elon Musk-led firm, which enjoys an working revenue benefit over different automakers, has not introduced any wage hikes within the U.S.

Volkswagen’s pay improve is efficient from December, with a compressed wage development timeline starting in February.

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