John Deere workers reject contract offer

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ABC News 11 October, 2021 - 05:54pm

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Deere workers represented by the United Auto Workers union rejected a new, six-year collective bargaining agreement with the agricultural equipment giant.

A statement from the UAW said 90% of its members voted against the contract proposal.

The contract, which included higher wages and increased benefits, would have covered more than 10,000...

Deere workers represented by the United Auto Workers union rejected a new, six-year collective bargaining agreement with the agricultural equipment giant.

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