Video: Nexteer workers speak on the picket line

By our reporters
10 December 2015

More than 3,300 Nexteer Automotive workers in Saginaw, Michigan went on strike December 8 after a sweeping 97.5 percent rejection of a United Auto Workers-backed contract.

The offer included poverty-level wages, grinding work schedules and increases in out-of-pocket health care costs.

The WSWS spoke to workers before the UAW called off the 20-hour strike and ordered them back to work without a chance to vote on a reported new deal.

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