PARMA, OH — Today, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) visited striking UAW workers in Parma as he pushes GM to agree to a bargaining agreement that honors the Dignity of Work. Autoworkers across Ohio and across the country went on strike this week, as they push GM for fair compensation and working conditions.
“All workers have the right to stand up for fair wages, better working conditions, and increased investments for plants in their local communities, including communities like Lordstown who have been hurt by GM’s recent restructuring. Autoworkers stood up and made sacrifices to help save GM when times were tough. All they are asking for is their fair share now that times are good. I urge GM to agree to a contract that honors the Dignity of Work and that helps Ohio autoworkers, communities and families who all help drive the success of the auto industry in Ohio and across the country,” said Brown.
Brown has urged GM to honor the Dignity of Work, pointing out that autoworkers stood up for GM when times were tough and now are simply asking for their fair share now that times are good.
Brown met today with workers and local labor leaders to listen to their stories to take back to Washington as he continues to push GM to do the right thing.