Fiat Chrysler UAW Workers' Rejection Sends Leaders Back to Table

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  • Deal called for raises for all UAW members, narrower wage gap
  • Workers seen as wary on health-care plan, wanting tiers ended

United Auto Workers members at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV voted about 65 percent against a proposed contract that called for raises for all the employees and narrowed the pay gap for second-tier workers, sending union leaders back to negotiations with potentially less clout.

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