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  • Updated Sep 16, 2023

    This is actually a pretty big deal

    “United Auto Workers members walked off the job at three major automotive plants belonging to Ford, General Motors and Stellantis overnight, thrusting the automotive industry into uncertainty as workers demand higher wages and better working conditions.

    The strategy of striking against all three automakers but at select plants — with the possibility of expanding the strike if necessary — is new for the union

    “The UAW has been advocating for up to a 40% pay increase, while the automakers are offering approximately half of that. Additionally, the union is pushing for a four-day workweek and a return of pensions for hourly employees, proposals that have yet to gain traction with the companies.

    Ford CEO Jim Farley defended the automakers' position, stating it is simply not possible.“

    Is it time for other industries and more workers to demand the same?

    Source: cbsnews.com/news/uaw-strike-strategy-dangerous-could-lead-to-shutdown-of-more-plants

    are the people finally rising?

  • This will be the thread that gets it passed!

  • Sep 16, 2023

    Been time

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    10 hour work days then? Or salary cuts?

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    Lazy ass niggas

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    Skateboard J

    Lazy ass niggas

    This is a high value strike

  • Sep 16, 2023
    Skateboard J

    Lazy ass niggas

    Staying true to your username and licking

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    CEOs are allowed to just straight up lie . He said they would go f***ing bankrupt if he paid his employees

  • Sep 16, 2023
    S7vw7n777
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    CEOs are allowed to just straight up lie . He said they would go f***ing bankrupt if he paid his employees

    What incentive does an employee have to bankrupt the company they work for

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    S7vw7n777
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    CEOs are allowed to just straight up lie . He said they would go f***ing bankrupt if he paid his employees

    If he did WHAT?

    edit: nvm, you fixed it. But your first post would have def bankrupted the company

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    meanwhile....

    Billionaires have seen their wealth expand by 109 percent over the past decade from $5.6 trillion to $11.8 trillion as their fortunes increase $2.7bn a day.

    The top 10 percent of the planet’s richest individuals own 76 percent of the world’s wealth while the bottom 50 percent of the global population possesses just 2 percent, according to the 2022 World Inequality Report.

    wir2022.wid.world

    here is the General Motors CEO fumbling a pretty simple interview:

    also,

    Child poverty in the United States more than doubled and median household income declined last year when coronavirus pandemic-era government benefits expired and inflation kept rising, according to figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.

    abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/child-poverty-us-jumped-income-declined-2022-coronavirus-103122755

  • Sep 16, 2023
    CRACKASTEPPAVEGAN

    This is a high value strike

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    They got my support✊🏽

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    Its go time

  • nonviolence

    meanwhile....

    Billionaires have seen their wealth expand by 109 percent over the past decade from $5.6 trillion to $11.8 trillion as their fortunes increase $2.7bn a day.

    The top 10 percent of the planet’s richest individuals own 76 percent of the world’s wealth while the bottom 50 percent of the global population possesses just 2 percent, according to the 2022 World Inequality Report.

    https://wir2022.wid.world/

    here is the General Motors CEO fumbling a pretty simple interview:

    !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfSZW8JpxwA&ab_channel=MatthewChapman

    also,

    Child poverty in the United States more than doubled and median household income declined last year when coronavirus pandemic-era government benefits expired and inflation kept rising, according to figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/child-poverty-us-jumped-income-declined-2022-coronavirus-103122755

    The class consciousness waking tf up this year RT @simulacrum

  • AR15 💯
    Sep 16, 2023

    Yea trump gonna give it to them

  • Sep 16, 2023
    Drry

    Its go time

  • Lisa

    10 hour work days then? Or salary cuts?

    9 and it should be fine. Most people don't actually work a full 40 hours during the week

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    Oh boy I can't wait till strikes happen in all industries. It's literally the 20's again lol

  • nonviolence

    meanwhile....

    Billionaires have seen their wealth expand by 109 percent over the past decade from $5.6 trillion to $11.8 trillion as their fortunes increase $2.7bn a day.

    The top 10 percent of the planet’s richest individuals own 76 percent of the world’s wealth while the bottom 50 percent of the global population possesses just 2 percent, according to the 2022 World Inequality Report.

    https://wir2022.wid.world/

    here is the General Motors CEO fumbling a pretty simple interview:

    !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfSZW8JpxwA&ab_channel=MatthewChapman

    also,

    Child poverty in the United States more than doubled and median household income declined last year when coronavirus pandemic-era government benefits expired and inflation kept rising, according to figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/child-poverty-us-jumped-income-declined-2022-coronavirus-103122755

    This b**** should be shot

  • Sep 16, 2023
    ragedsycokiller

    Oh boy I can't wait till strikes happen in all industries. It's literally the 20's again lol

    I get a big ass smile on my face every time I see news of a new strike

  • Sep 16, 2023
    nonviolence

    meanwhile....

    Billionaires have seen their wealth expand by 109 percent over the past decade from $5.6 trillion to $11.8 trillion as their fortunes increase $2.7bn a day.

    The top 10 percent of the planet’s richest individuals own 76 percent of the world’s wealth while the bottom 50 percent of the global population possesses just 2 percent, according to the 2022 World Inequality Report.

    https://wir2022.wid.world/

    here is the General Motors CEO fumbling a pretty simple interview:

    !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfSZW8JpxwA&ab_channel=MatthewChapman

    also,

    Child poverty in the United States more than doubled and median household income declined last year when coronavirus pandemic-era government benefits expired and inflation kept rising, according to figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/child-poverty-us-jumped-income-declined-2022-coronavirus-103122755

    Her job is literally to keep labor costs as low as legally possible that’s the performance she is basing her pay increase off of loll

  • Sep 16, 2023

    Crazy

  • Sep 16, 2023

    That b**** makes 111 k a day