By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, July 26 (Reuters) - About 140 Ford Motor Co. engineers hope to join the United Auto Workers union because of the automaker's recent moves to cut benefits for salaried employees, sources familiar with the situation said on Monday. They cited low salaries, expensive medical plans and the elimination of overtime pay for the unionization drive by engineers at Ford's vehicle operations center in Allen Park, Michigan. "They have taken a lot away from us, both in ...
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