Uaw sentence example

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  • In 1935, the National Labor Relations Act brought unions to the automotive industry, and the UAW was formed.
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  • After 1945, however, American people purchased over 21 million vehicles, and the UAW found a new leader in Walter Reuther.
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  • The United Auto Workers (UAW) union has been a strong force since the early 1940s.
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  • Other groups were appointed to handle manufacturer warranties, vendor and part supplier issues, and negotiations with the United Auto Workers Union or UAW.
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  • However, the automaker did increase funding to the UAW Voluntary Employees Beneficiary Association or VEBA.
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  • While plant closures remain a part of the future, new deals have been struck with the UAW, taking benefits and wages to the lowest point in recent history in order to be competitive with non-US labor markets.
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