DETROIT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Union workers at the Chrysler Group LLC engine plant in Dundee, Michigan voted to end their separate labor contract with the automaker, the plant union chairman said on Friday. About 99 percent of the 400 workers at Dundee voted to join the larger bargaining unit that is negotiating a new four-year contract with Chrysler. The vote was completed on Friday morning. "We are full-blown Chrysler employees," said Tom Zimmerman, UAW plant chairman at Local 723. He ...
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