Melissa Atkins Talks about GM’s Tentative Deal with UAW in an Interview with Scripps News
In an interview with Scripps News, Obermayer labor and employment partner Melissa Atkins discusses the tentative deal between the United Auto Workers (UAW) and General Motors ending the longest American auto strike in 25 years. The tentative contract includes a 25% wage increase and the return of additional cost of living pay raises, which could boost pay by more than 30% over four years. Melissa explains what the deal means for the employees, the company, and the effects it has on the economy.
See the full interview here.