Why are Chicago mechanics on strike? Mechanics voted to strike Aug. 1 after the previous labor contract expired and the union rejected a proposal from the New Car Dealer Committee, a bargaining arm of the Chicago Automobile Trade Association.
Are the mechanics still on strike in Chicago? Chicago mechanic strike ends as union, car dealerships reach agreement.
Why are Naperville mechanics on strike? NBC Universal, Inc. More than 800 auto mechanics at dozens of Chicago area car dealerships are on strike after they rejected a new contract offer from an agency representing the businesses this week. NBC 5’s Christian Farr has the story.
Why is Local 701 on strike? “This strike was the result of yet another attempt by the few anti-union dealers who remain in the NCDC association from four years ago to break our union,” said IAM Local 701 Directing Business Representative Sam Cicinelli.
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