The United Auto Workers strike has — tentatively — ended. The workers, though, still face uncertainty in the face of a shifting automotive market. As manufacturers transition to electric vehicles, those workers need to know they won’t be left out in the cold, and those assurances are still forthcoming.
This was one of the major concerns of the recent strike, as automakers spun up new factories to manufacture EVs and batteries without including the UAW. New agreements from the strike have started to remedy that approach, and experts say it’s for the best. Vox has the inside info:
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