A tentative agreement has been reached between General Motors and the United Auto Workers union, according to a source familiar with the negotiations. This comes just two days after the union expanded the strike against General Motors and Ford. The terms of the deal are not yet known, but it is expected to be similar to the deals already announced at Ford and Stellantis, including an immediate 11% raise in the top hourly wage rate and additional pay hikes over the duration of the contract. The strike, which began on September 15, is the longest US auto strike in 25 years. The tentative agreement will need to be ratified by union members before it goes into effect. Currently, there are over 18,000 UAW members on strike at GM, but they could be returning to work soon.
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