Tentative agreement for new contracts reached between John Deere and union leaders

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WATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) -- UAW, the union representing John Deere employees in Waterloo, has reached a tentative agreement with the company for new six-year contracts. The previous contracts had expired at Midnight Friday morning and as of 12:01 a.m., a two week extension was announced through October 15.The new agreement reached would impact over 10,000 employees at 12 facilities in Iowa, Illinois, and Kansas. Neither the union or John Deere released details of the agreement Friday. The UAW said it plans to once all John Deere locations have the chance to review the terms of the proposed contract on October 10."Ultimately, our members will review the work of the national bargaining team before a ratification vote," UAW Region 4 Director Ron McInroy said. "Our John Deere members make the finest agricultural machinery in the world and they deserve
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