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Honda, Hyundai Give Its Workers Pay Increases  

Two more non-union auto makers have pledged to give their workers pay increases after the United Auto Workers scored huge victories for unionized workers at General Motors, Ford Motor and Stellantis. So reports CNN.

hyundaiLast month, Honda said it would give its workers an 11% wage increase at the start of next year, while Hyundai workers in Alabama and Georgia were promised a 25% raise over the next four years. Also in November, Toyota Motors said it would give its non-union, hourly U.S. factory workers a salary increase of about 9% starting Jan. 1.

Honda, Hyundai and Toyota did not credit the UAW for their decision to boost non-union workers’ salaries, but the UAW said they are focusing attention on non-union factories. UAW President Shawn Fain has credited non-union salary increases to the “UAW bump.”

“One of our biggest goals coming out of this historic contract victory is to organize like we’ve never organized before,” Fain said. “When we return to the bargaining table in 2028, it won’t just be with a Big Three, but with a Big Five or Big Six.”

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