General Motors CEO Mary Barra met with United Auto Workers leaders Tuesday morning as the union's strike against the company is just shy of the one-month mark, according to a source familiar to the situation FOX Business has learned.
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The meeting began around 9:30 a.m., the source said. GM shares rose on Tuesday.
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This is believed to be Barra's second meeting with UAW leaders after she met with officials last week.
Local UAW chapter leaders were called to Detroit for a meeting Thursday, FOX Business confirmed. The meeting was believed to center on a tentative agreement.
Both GM's and UAW's headquarters are in Detroit.
The union called for a strike after expressing discontent with GM's profit-sharing formula, production of vehicles in Mexico, a potential change in health care cost-sharing and pathways for temporary workers.
FOX Business' inquiries to the UAW were not returned at the time of publication. GM declined to comment.
FOX Business' Grady Trimble contributed to this report.