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Click to edit Master subtitle style Final Offer 1/26/2011
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Old School Management Ronnie Blakely- Worker, body builder vs. Fred Morris- Old school manager What were the conflicts about? If you were an auto worker like Blakely, would you support the union? Why?
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Key bargaining issues UAW Canada wanted a 3% annual wage increase for the next 3 years (per tradition) GM wanted to replace the annual increase for a profit sharing plan, with no job security provisions Why was the profit sharing plan disliked by workers? GM and UAW agreed to profit sharing in US Rod Andrew tried to paint a picture of stiff competition despite recent GM profitability
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Adoption of US deal? Auto workers reject GM’s profit sharing deal, vote yes on strike authorization Why do the Canadian workers feel the wage increase is justified? Negotiations continue up through the strike deadline…
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Wildcat Strike at Owasha What is a wildcat strike? Why was it so threatening to UAW
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course OBHR 429 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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