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UAW Statement on Ford Profit Sharing
As a result of the 2015 UAW-Ford collectively bargained profit sharing formula and Ford Motor Company’s North America record full-year pre-tax profit for 2015 of $10.8B, a profit sharing payment averaging $9,300 will be made to the hardworking UAW-represented Ford employees. Individual profit sharing payments may be higher or lower based on employee compensated hours.
UAW statement on Eligible UAW-FCA profit sharing
“Eligible UAW-FCA US members have earned through their quality products and hard work up to $4,000 in profit sharing payments. The financial strength of FCA relies on their UAW workforce as evidenced in their financial report earlier today. Our members are proud to share in the profits of their hard work and dedication to Chrysler, Jeep, Ram and Dodge customers and the strength of the collective bargaining process.”
-Norwood Jewell, Vice President UAW-FCA US
UAW International Executive Board Statement Regarding the Flint Water Crisis
“We are proud of the hundreds of UAW members throughout the country who have come forward in recent days to volunteer to distribute water and filters to the families of Flint many of whom are UAW members and retirees. Our members and communities have come together to act in the best interest of the Flint community and Flint’s children.
“It is also morally imperative that the public have faith in their government at this time and that starts with full and total transparency on an issue that was brought on by poor decisions by government officials who put cost savings ahead of the health of Flint residents which could plague the children of Flint for a generation. On behalf of our Flint members, retirees and their families the UAW demands that Governor Snyder release all documents related to the Flint water contamination issue to the public regardless of any public records exemptions. No law that deprives the public clarity on this issue is moral or just for the citizens of Flint who are in peril and whose children are now at risk.”