FCA's parent company Stellantis announced its union-represented workers will receive a larger bonus this year than last year after the company posted $29 million in net profit for 2020.
Fiat-Chrysler admitted it paid off leaders of the United Auto Workers in an effort to win concessions in contract negotiations for thousands of factory workers.
The UAW and the federal government have reached a settlement to reform the union after a wide-ranging bribery scandal rocked the organization.
The UAW is pushing for Andy Levin, a congressman from Michigan's 9th District, to be Joe Biden's next labor secretary.
Former UAS President Dennis Williams admitted in court that he 'deliberately looked away' when he suspected union dues were being used for golf, lodging, meals, and more.
Former head of the UAW Dennis Williams was charged Thursday for conspiring to embezzle money. His is the 15th union higher-up charged in a corruption scheme that went on for a decade.
Dennis Williams, a former United Auto Workers president, has been charged with corruption, becoming the 15th person to be charged in a federal investigation.
The UAW has found a buyer for the lakefront house they were building for a former president before heavy scrutiny of the construction came amid a federal probe.
Former president of the United Auto Workers Union Gary Jones pleaded guilty Wednesday, June 3 2020 to his charges stemming from a federal corruption probe.
Those precautions and temperature being taken. All of it is being enforced. But she's talking to workers - many of whom can't wait to leave the house and get back to work. But then there is some concern.
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.
Gary Jones, former UAW President, appeared via video conference Thursday to be arraigned on charges resulting from the union corruption scandal.
Fiat-Chrysler is embracing a large swath of safety protocols at its North American plants as it readies for reopening 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.
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
The UAW and the big three automakers have agreed to not close its manufacturing plants, in exchange for new safety measures and an increase in adherence to CDC recommendations on social distancing in the workplace.
The United Auto Workers union is pressing the Big Three - Ford Motor Company, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler, to shut down all U.S. plants amid the coronavirus state of emergency.
The UAW is teaming up with Ford, General Motors, and FCA to expand protections to workers amid a worsening outbreak of the coronavirus.