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Statement from Deere: Deere remains committed to reaching new UAW agreement
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Statement from Deere: Deere remains committed to reaching new UAW agreement

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Deere & Co. has issued this statement early today.

"The International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) has called a strike against Deere & Company, affecting more than 10,000 workers at 14 facilities across the United States.

"John Deere is committed to a favorable outcome for our employees, our communities, and everyone involved,” said Brad Morris, vice president of labor relations for Deere & Company. “We are determined to reach an agreement with the UAW that would put every employee in a better economic position and continue to make them the highest paid employees in the agriculture and construction industries. We will keep working day and night to understand our employees’ priorities and resolve this strike, while also keeping our operations running for the benefit of all those we serve.”

"Deere & Company does not currently have an estimate of when employees affected by the strike will resume activities or the timing for completion of negotiations with the UAW."

Quad-City Times​

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