About 10,000 workers at the agriculture equipment maker Deere & Company will go back to work after the approval of a contract on Wednesday, bringing to an end a five-week strike that affected 14 facilities.
More than 10,000 workers at John Deere will end a five-week strike and return to work after voting nearly two-to-one in favor of an offer very similar to one they rejected at the start of this month.
Thousands of employees at John Deere will end a five-week strike and return to work after voting in favor of a new contract offer from the company.
What people are saying?
Steven Good. I wish more giant companies could be challenged in the same way. It’s bad enough when many of them screw over the customers for huge profits let alone also stiffing employees.
Anirudh Chatterjee The vote comes after the 10,100- member union rejected two previous contracts proposed by Deere and the UAW , setting off the first strike of the company since 1986.