"From 6:30 until 2 in the morning we didn't work," said a Fiat Chrysler Plan Worker.
Nine CEOs from Detroit's biggest corporations will give a joint statement against racism Wednesday morning.
After being closed for two months due to the outbreak, employees were up and at em at Fiat Chrysler's Warren truck assembly plant.
Employees for Michigan's auto industry went back to work amid the state's biggest test to reopen its economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is concern for FCA employees who are returning back to work after a team leader at the FCA Sterling Heights Assembly Plant says he's now home after pay after a co-worker tested positive for the coronavirus.
The team leader says a couple hundred employees started work Monday. All of them filled out health questionnaires before entering the building. But he says another team leader - answered yes to one of the questions - because she had a cough.
Fiat-Chrysler is embracing a large swath of safety protocols at its North American plants as it readies for reopening May 18
In accordance with the Michigan Governor's executive order that loosened restrictions on the state's manufacturing sector, auto suppliers will be among the first industries to restart work on May 11, in preparation for assembly plants to startup May 18.
The restart dates picked by Detroit's automakers could soon be nearing as manufacturing in Michigan looks to jump start one of the state's largest economic sectors.
The UAW is signaling support for the safety protocols put in place by Detroit's Big 3 automakers as the groups gear up for a return to work.
As Michigan manufacturers eye reopening, many in the industry are looking for guidance on how to safely return their employees to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UAW says both Ford Motor Co and General Motors brought back skeleton crews on a voluntary basis Monday to reconfigure plants to meet Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization guidelines.
Both Ford and General Motors indicated over the last week they would begin prepping their plants to reopen as the state contemplates how to jumpstart the faltering economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic
DRAW normally comes to the rescue after a tornado or flood, but now they're helping out with another big storm.
Fiat Chrysler announced Monday it plans to progressively restart its manufacturing facilities in the United States and Canada on Monday, May 4.
The UAW was informedThursday of the FCA employee's death in a letter to members by UAW President Rory Gamble. No further details about the worker was made available.
A week ago FCA said that a Sterling Heights employee tested positive for the virus and was receiving care. The next day plant production was temporarily suspended.
FCA is manufacturing face masks for first responders and health care workers in the next coming weeks.
Skilled tradesman held a walkout Thursday at Fiat-Chrysler’s Mack Engine plant.
Ford and General Motors are studying the possibility of manufacturing ventilators for the U.S. government