Late last month, the UAW succeeding in reaching its final deal with all Big Three Automakers. While some reviews are positive, many industry experts are saying more changes should have been made.

In particular, critics of the deal say that the contracts “fall short of giving the automakers enough flexibility to retool factories or reduce labor to compete in a quickly changing world that’s headed toward electrification. And, with health care costs remaining the same, wage increases and a cap on temporary workers, pundits question the economic benefits for the automakers.”