Striking autoworkers may be seeking to end a wage system in which two workers performing the same job receive different rates of pay. This can be a complex challenge as employers typically provide different rates of pay based on seniority, training, and performance. To end this system, the union could attempt to renegotiate wages in collective bargaining negotiations with employers. This could involve seeking a wage system that offers a fixed rate of pay for a given job and provides workers with a standard set of benefits regardless of seniority or other criteria. Additionally, the union could establish a system to monitor wage disparities and detect instances of wage discrimination. This could help ensure that all workers receive fair compensation for their work.