Business Casual: What a UAW-GM Deal Means for the Auto Industry

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As the United Auto Workers and General Motors Co. work to strike a new deal the focus has turned to how this agreement will be set up to accommodate changes that are coming for the auto industry.

On this excerpt from Business Casual, Daniel Litwin broke down the proposed changes and what they would mean for the industry. Specifically, automakers are expecting technology and electric vehicles to drastically change the manufacturing process and the need for labor.

The new contract between the two sides would add a tech committee to oversee these changes to the industry in the coming years.

Tune in to MarketScale Radio LIVE every Wednesday and Friday morning at 9 a.m. CT for Business Casual with Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin. From interest rates to esports – we’ll be talking all things B2B.

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