LANGHORNE, PA (CBS) – Thousands of united auto workers are out of work. On Saturday, Day 13 of the nationwide strike against General Motors was celebrated. Officials were at the negotiating table again on Saturday after the talks ended on Friday night without any deal.
For nearly two weeks, united car workers have been on the picket line.
here, "said Raina Shoemaker.
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More than 70 members of the local union left work at General Motors on Sept. 16, then saying that health care was interrupted and workers had not received a pay rise for more than a decade.
"It's very disappointing. It's frustrating because we feel like the top people don't care of us, "said Schomiker." It's not cheaper to live, but they are to continue to receive and take on our workers. "
" I, I get up at 2:30 in the morning to be at work at 4, sometimes I work 4 to 4 just to earn the money I need to get on a basic salary, "says James Mace Jr.
Workers' strike continues to demand high-quality, affordable health care, safety at work and fair wages. The nearly two-week strikes say they have no plans to back down.
An employee of the 71-year-old message center has a message about a person who maliciously attacks, robs him at work.
"We do what we have to do, we survive. We will do what we have to do to stay until the strike is over, "said Dave Greenhall. "One day longer, one day stronger. That's what we say. "
Nearly 46,000 GM employees are on strike, hitting 55 sites in 10 states.
Talks between General Motors and UWA reportedly continue on Saturday.
outside the federal government," said Pennsylvania State Senator Steve "They received a huge tax cut through Congress and the president almost two years ago, and yet these benefits did not come back to working families."
"We made you what you are, so you need to start treating us fair, "said the shoemaker.