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he got Chrysler and the United auto workers reaching a tentative four year labor deal on Thursday averting a strike at key factories in the U. S. , the agreement still needs to be ratified by the company's forty thousand unionized workers , union members rejected a proposed contractor vote last month forcing fiat Chrysler and union negotiators back to the table , neither the union nor the company offered details on the deal reached last night many workers say they turn down the previous offer because it kept in place two tier pay and benefits , with a roughly nine dollar an hour wage gap between veteran workers and reach , the union made several concessions and two thousand and seven when Chrysler was forced into government backed bankruptcy now the Detroit automakers are posting strong profit and workers are looking for a piece of what they say they're owed it to dealers ratified the UAW will likely use the contract of the template for talks with General Motors and Ford