DETROIT, March 28 (Reuters) - United Auto Workers union President Ron Gettelfinger said a program that gives workers nearly their full salary and benefits if their jobs are cut should not be a major issue in contract negotiations with Detroit's Big Three automakers. "Someone has to prove it's an issue," Gettelfinger said on Wednesday, referring to the "jobs bank" program. The union will officially kick off talks for a new contract with General Motors Corp , Ford Motor Co and ...
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