United Auto Workers announced on Friday that they had made "good progress" toward resolving some critical issues in discussions with car manufacturer General Motors, as a strike against the company offends the three-week mark.
"Since the last update, we have made good progress on health care issues and a path for temporary staff to become members," Terry Dittes, vice president and head of UAW's general engine department, said in a statement.
Some others point to negotiations, but are still "unresolved", including wages, job security, qualified business and pensions.
Continued the weekend after UAW rejected an offer from the car manufacturer on Monday.
The strike, which involved 46,000 union members, began on September 1
The workers received their last full paycheck on September 20.
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