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UAW Strike Expands – Labor Relations Professor Weighs In
On October 23, United Auto Workers leaders announced the union would expand its weeks-long strike, calling out nearly 7,000 additional workers at Stellantis’ Sterling Heights Assembly Plant. It is the automaker’s largest plant.
Lynne Vincent is an assistant professor of management in Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management with an expertise in labor and industrial relations. Since the strike started in mid-September, Professor Vincent has spoken with several news outlets about about the unfolding strategy and impact on automakers and workers, including with CBS News, Reckon News and WAER-FM .
She provides comments below reacting to the latest news developments. She is also available for interviews.
Professor Vincent says: