The UAW-Fiat Chrysler National Council will meet on December 4 to go over details of the proposed deal.
The heads of UAW local chapters are to meet Wednesday to review the tentative agreement and decide whether to recommend it to members.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles reached a tentative labor agreement with the United Auto Workers on Saturday, becoming the last of the big three Detroit automakers to arrive at a deal with the labor union this year.
Fiat Chrysler has agreed not to close assembly plants during the life of the contract and to assign new product to its factory in Belvidere, Illinois, that makes Jeep Cherokee sport utility vehicles and employs nearly 3,700 hourly workers.
According to the union, the deal includes $4.5 billion in investments, generating 7,900 jobs over the course of four years.More news: The Hero of Hyrule is Coming to Super Mario Maker 2
The factory officials are expected to meet next week to vote on the deal. Of the $9 billion, $4.5 billion was announced earlier this year, to be invested in five plants and creating 6,500 jobs. If adopted, the tentative agreement will go to all Fiat Chrysler hourly and salary workers for a ratification vote that will begin on December 6, according to the statement.
The $9,000 ratification bonus isn't as much as the $11,000 that GM workers got, but it's equal to the money paid to Ford workers. The larger of the automakers contends Fiat Chrysler's former CEO, the late Sergio Marchionne, used bribes and other means to get favorable, albeit illegal, settlements with the union that made it more hard for GM to remain competitive.
Top union leaders still have to approve the deal, as do factory-level officials who are likely to gather next week to vote on it. If adopted as a Tentative Agreement, it will go to all FCA hourly and salary members for a ratification vote that will begin on December 6, 2019, a UAW spokesman said.
A person briefed on the matter says the United Auto Workers and Fiat Chrysler are close to reaching a tentative contract agreement.
Cindy Estrada, the UAW VP overseeing contract talks with Fiat Chrysler, announced a settlement on Sunday. It also gives temporary workers a path to full-time jobs within three years.More news: Trump to tariff steel and aluminum from Argentina and Brazil
As with GM and Ford, talks with Fiat Chrysler began in July.
The Italian-American automaker in turn accused GM of attempting to foil its planned merger with French carmaker PSA.
Further complicating the situation for FCA, the company earlier this month was hit with a racketeering lawsuit filed by GM.
UAW leadership will have trust issues to overcome in the voting process.
But authorities are believed to be taking aim at Gary Jones who this past month resigned as UAW president and his since resigned from the union.More news: Deepika Padukone and Kartik Aaryan groove to Dheeme Dheeme, see video
Corrects that deal includes a promise that no assembly factories will be closed under the agreement, rather than no factories at all.