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nnat the first time in thirty years members of the United auto workers flat out rejected a contract agreement reached between union leaders and management the UAW confirming Thursday that the forty thousand members workable fiat Chrysler overwhelmingly voted against a four year deal negotiated last month woman workers closer to a strike or at least , a partial one , Reuters transportation editor Joe white is working on the story the first thing you want to do is not to have a strike companywide , instead what they're likely to do , target are a factory or maybe a couple of factories that are really critical to the company's operations of for instance of a complex of factories , makes transmissions and engine parts and engine captains , I without which you cannot build a lot of the most popular vehicles that dark fiat Chrysler cells in the United States but even before it gets to that point UAW can't go back to the bargaining table suit a labor agreement with one automaker paved the way for the others they would leave fiat Chrysler %HESITATION aside move away from pure Chrysler and try to negotiate a contract with IBM General Motors or Ford that they could use as the template or all of the roughly hundred forty thousand people who are are you a WRX at the Detroit three automakers the rejection is a major embarrassment for UAW boss Dennis Williams said his main job was to sell the contract was rank and file workers however complained about the current two tier pay system that puts nor employees at a disadvantage , and they're worried about healthcare benefits and fiat crisis overall commitment to building in the U. S. union leaders are gathering together to figure out their next move meanwhile fiat Chrysler expressed disappointment thing is looking forward to further dialogue with the UAW