GM Korea breaks the mold of resistance maintained by Korea’s five automakers and advises its labor union it is now willing to include fixed bonuses that are paid regularly in calculating basic wages. The concession raises the payout for overtime and holiday work, severance packages at retirement and other compensation. The Korean Metal Workers Union, the umbrella union for workers at all five automakers, has instructed negotiators at all of its branches to press for this watershed ...

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