The United Auto Workers union launched a nationwide strike against General Motors, demanding better wages, benefits, and job security for its members. The strike affects about 50,000 workers and could cost GM millions of dollars per day.
United Auto Workers union is in its third day of striking against General Motors, demanding higher wages, better benefits, and a four-day work week. The strike has affected more than 50,000 workers and 33 plants across the country. UAW President Ray Curry said the union is ready to do “whatever we have to” to get…