UAW Local 598 is an amalgamated union, representing over 2,800 employees at the General Motors Vehicle Manufacturing Flint Assembly plant in Flint, Michigan. We are a proud and diverse group of individuals with a focus on quality - quality of our lives, relationships, communities and the vehicles we build.
We are UAW Local 598!
The following statement can be attributed to UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada:
We meet workers every day who are stuck in exactly the kinds of jobs described in this report – ones that pay barely enough to support a family and that remain ‘temporary’ for months or even years on end.Read more >>>
The members of the UAW commend President Obama for taking an important step to address our broken immigration system. Across America millions of families are torn apart and many workers will benefit from President Obama’s actions by being able to provide for their loved ones without fear... Read more >>>
WNEM TV 5
Two years in a row, Flint Assembly UAW Local 598 have celebrated big victories for heavy duty trucks made in Flint. The first, for the top spot in the Initial Quality Study for the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty, with the second trophy for the top spot for the 2011 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty in the Vehicle Dependability Study. Read more >>>
Shirts are for sale at the Hall and in the plant, in the Community Action Center. Team Meeting Days
Shirts can also be purchased at the hall. Hall Hours are: Mon Tues & Wed 8:00 to 3:30 Thurs & Fri 7:00 to 2:30
Price range is $ 15.00 $20.00
Notice of Local 598 Membership Meeting
Annual "Toys 4 Tots"Membership meeting Sunday, December 7th at 2:00.
From hood to hitch, the most refined, best engineered Silverado ever
Considering the Koch Brothers are the biggest threat to our nation since WW 2 it might be helpful to know how to keep money out of their evil hands. Read more >>>
Link to UAWGM Contract
The UAW General Motors National Negotiating Committee entered into this set of bargaining as America struggles with record levels of unemployment and an economy that shows little sign of improvement. GM, like most private and public employers across America, immediately sought givebacks in health care and in our pension plan. With your continued support and solidarity, we stood strong and not only stopped these proposed givebacks, we made important gains for our members. Click on Link to go to uaw website for summary or contract language uaw.org/content/gm-hourly