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Why Should Employers Care About the UAW Strike?
Throughout American history, unions have committed resources and manpower to strikes. Strikes occur when a planned employee walk-out or refusal to work results in halted production, forcing companies to agree to terms or face financial losses.
The UAW, or the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, executed one of the most impactful strikes in recent U.S. history. This union covers the “Big Three” industries: automotive, aerospace, and agriculture.
Over a period of six weeks, the strike racked up billions in losses for
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