Unionized workers at GM Korea plan to launch a strict policy of refusing to work weekday overtime and weekends at the same time they put down their tools for a 3-hour strike on each of two shifts July 4. The combined labor actions are meant to pressure management into accepting union demands during current contract negotiations. The union threatened the partial strikes last month if management failed to produce what it considered a substantive proposal. “The union has issued a ...

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