New deal had pay raises but didn’t end a lower wage rate for those hired after 2007.
Deal is for a six-year term; company will not release other specifics publicly.
Leaders still hope for approval this week.
Workers cited issues such as wage caps and growing use of temporary workers in their vote to join the union.
But the hard work of getting workers to pass it remains.
Addresses pay and healh care issues but no specifics revealed.
Bargaining continues on a new four-year agreement, deal is near.
A deal will also set a general pattern for contracts at GM and Ford.
Talks expected to be contentious because Big Three are healthy and making money.
Small pickup could be made near Detroit.
Marchionne says people should get the same pay for the same work.
The union wants pay raises for longtime workers and new product guarantees, while the automakers look to trim costs.
UAW says it sacrificed in previous contracts and workers now deserve pay raises.
US President wants fast track powers to offer trade proposals that Congress can ratify or reject, but not change.
Rival union wants to prevent the UAW from gaining bargaining rights for the first time.