UAW Strikes Could Make 2023 Biggest Year For Union Activity In Nearly 4 Decades

Employees who withhold their labor can face a number of consequences, including losing their job and health insurance, experts said.

  • The “summer of strikes” needs a new name — there is no sign of a slowdown in workers walking off the job this fall.
  • Some 362,000 workers have gone on strike so far in 2023, compared with 36,600 over the same period in 2021.
  • If the United Auto Workers union strikes expand to include most, or all, of the 150,000 workers who could strike, “then 2023 could end up being the highest since 1986,” Kallas said.
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