General Motors has yet to commit any further production to the facility.
The union is asking GM to reinvest in Canadian manufacturing.
The facility is responsible for assembling the Chevrolet Cruze.
The new contract must still be ratified, however.
A strike was avoided with a last-minute deal, however.
We want the ability to strike, but we’re good for now…
But the authorization doesn’t mean it’s going to happen.
But, that doesn’t mean there will be a strike.
GM Korea and its union have been dealing with a standoff of some time now.
Today South Korean unions will decide whether to strike at GM Korea’s plants.
93.1 percent of workers voted in favor of a strike authorization.