Center for Automotive Research calculated GM and Ford will see total costs grow $8 per hour, Fiat Chrysler’s will rise by $11.
Deal extends a moratorium on outsourcing of jobs and will maintain its US presence through the life of the contract.
Will go to 47,000 union members for approval after UAW-FCA national council go over the details.
Lawsuit alleges FCA corrupted the bargaining process with the UAW in the 2009, 2011 and 2015 contracts.
Union expects FCA to follow the template set by GM and Ford, carmaker says conditions are different.
Promising financial controls in place to stop the bribery and embezzlement.
Agreement likely will mirror the pact approved by GM workers after a 40-day strike.
Pay raises and a huge signing bonus, union’s top-notch health care changed little.
Four-year deal will be used as a template in bargaining with Ford and Fiat Chrysler.
Companies suffered varying degrees of damage from the sudden shutdown of operations on Sept. 16.
Flint local is the second-largest, so its approval is a strong sign the contract will be ratified.
The company called the roughly 2,000 temporarily laid-off workers at Oshawa back Friday to restart production.
A mix of pay raises, lump sum payments and a US$11,000 signing bonus; in exchange for factories closing.
GM’s latest offer included wage increases, lump-sum payments, top-notch health insurance, promises of new products for many US factories.
Union touts “major gains” for workers after months of bargaining.