UAW president Shawn Fain says 21% pay hike offered by Chrysler parent Stellantis is a “no-go”

United Auto Workers president Shawn Fain said Sunday that the union is rejecting an offer from one of the Big Three automakers for a 21% wage increase as autoworkers for Ford, General Motors and Chrysler parent company Stellantis went on strike Friday.

UAW leaders have been bargaining for a four-day work week, substantial pay raises, more paid time off and pension benefits, among other demands.

“Our demands are just,” Fain told “Face the Nation” on Sunday. “We’re asking for our fair share in this economy and the fruits of our labor.”