DETROIT, Mich. - We have some of the new agreement, leaked to Fox 2, before it is finalized. It offers raises, bonuses, and vacation time, but some UAW members say it still isn't all that was promised to them before.
The executive board of the international UAW has voted and reached an agreement with Fiat Chrysler. The next step is ratifications with the local unions, expected Sunday or Monday.
"We want to make sure that everybody has an opportunity to review the agreement, and have that discussion," said Dennis Williams, UAW President.
But local UAW workers, wanting to keep anonymous, aren't happy.
"We were promised to this. They're just trying to say hey, this doesn't count you have to go through this new program. And I don't know, a lot of people are mad."
Williams calls this an ongoing balancing act, trying to keep up with a quickly changing market.
"You build more flexible plants where you can move product in and out as the economy needs. North America's largest consumer right now in the world," said Williams
Although many workers still say this isn't what was promised to them as far back as when the recession hit.
"I'm sick of putting my trust in this. A lot of people are talking about opting out of the union. It's causing a big stir."
Also, among the significant upcoming changes affecting local workers, production of the Jeep Cherokee in Toledo will now be moving to a plant in Illinois.