Deere & Co. and the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America have reached their third tentative agreement, according to a release from Brian Rothenberg, spokesperson for the UAW.
”John Deere and Company has made a last, best and final offer to the UAW negotiating team that includes modest modifications to the last tentative agreement presented for ratification on November 2,” Mr. Rothenberg said.
“As a result, the UAW will present the company’s offer for ratification and, as has been the case throughout the bargaining process, will support the outcome as determined by our members.”
The ratification vote will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 17, according to a Deere worker.
Deere had no official comment.