CHICAGO, June 28 (Reuters) - Bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp. has hired more than 2,000 temporary workers to maintain operations as thousands of union employees take early retirement or buyouts under a restructuring plan, a spokesman said on Wednesday. The temporary workers help staff various plants as union workers leave gradually under buyouts or early retirements, or return to work at former Delphi parent General Motors Corp. , Delphi spokesman Lindsey Williams said. Delphi on ...
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