Stellantis offers United Auto Workers a 19.5% wage increase and switches salaried workers to hourly pay in latest proposal.
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Democrats show strong support for UAW workers as they go on strike against General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis.
General Motors (GM) has increased its contract offer to a 20% wage hike for US autoworkers in a bid to avoid a strike. Ford Motor has also confirmed it offered a 20% hike and other benefits. The United Auto Workers (UAW) is demanding 40% raises and major improvements in benefits. The UAW has outlined plans for a series of strikes targeting individual auto plants if agreements are not reached. The UAW is asking for 40% raises and major improvements in benefits. A full strike would hit earnings at each affected automaker by about $400 million to $500 million per week.