More than 1,100 United Auto Workers (UAW) have entered their fourth week on strike at the Racine, Wisconsin, and Burlington, Iowa plants for CNH Industrial. The strike is expected to continue after UAW leaders turned down a deal with the company.

The two groups met multiple times over the past month as the company prepared a “comprehensive document” to address concerns put forth by the workers, however, after the recent deal was not accepted, the UAW reportedly declined to meet or allow the company to explain its position and proposal. A “Case Council” comprised of a group of five union leaders say they reviewed the proposal and did not pass it to the union as it failed to meet their demands. Representatives say the company’s offering “didn’t even show up on the radar” of what UAW is demanding. Negotiators are hopeful that talks will pick back up this week.

Read more on the UAW strike impacting the agricultural supply chain here.