Stellantis, the maker of Chrysler, has reached a tentative pay deal with the United Auto Workers (UAW) union to end a six-week strike. The agreement is subject to approval by union leaders and members. It follows a similar deal struck with Ford the previous week. The UAW launched strikes against GM, Ford, and Stellantis in September, marking the first time the union targeted all three firms simultaneously.
The UAW has yet to reach an agreement with GM and is expanding its action against the company. The deal with Stellantis will see wages increase by 25% for most workers over the next 4.5 years.