As of Wednesday night, a historic agreement has been reached between the UAW and Ford.
More than 360 Ford employees were laid off starting Monday as the UAW strike continues.
For the first time in a week, UAW President Shawn Fain talked negotiations with Detroit's Big Three as Friday marks 36 days of the union' standup strike.
More than 550 Ford employees were told not to report to work Monday as a result of the UAW strike, the automaker said, citing stoppages at Kentucky Truck Plant and Chicago Assembly Plant.
Workers went on strike on Sept. 15. The union is seeking large pay raises, a shorter work week, an end to lower-pay tiers for new workers and limits on the use of temporary workers.
Suppliers are also starting to suffer from the strike as workers walk off the line, impacting both assembly plants and the parts and components facilities that feed them.
The UAW is threatening to add more members to the picket line on Friday as talks between the union and Detroit's Big Three continue.
The economic damage from the strike will continue to worsen each week that workers are off the line. After last week's added targets, one automaker is expected to hit particularly hard.
About 25,000 UAW members at Big Three facilities around the country are on strike Monday morning. Thousands of union members at GM and Ford facilities joined the strike Friday.
Joe Biden will be the first sitting President to join a picket line as he's expected to walk with striking UAW members on Tuesday. Here's what we know about his visit and how to watch it all.