United Auto Workers to head back to work at GM in Michigan
LAKE ORION, Mich. – United Auto Workers are set to head back to work at General Motors on Saturday in Michigan.
Union members voted 57-percent in favor of a four-year labor deal with GM on Friday.
"The mood is a little bit of confusion until everything gets rolled out and explained. So we've got a lot of questions that are being asked of our bargaining unit that's in here doing the roll out," said Gerald Lang, UAW Local 5960 Vice President.
The labor contract was reached on October 16th but workers remained on strike until it was ratified.
Workers will receive wage increases and the cap on profit sharing will be lifted.