NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co.'s potential plan to offer bonuses to some white-collar workers risks undermining an effort to persuade the United Auto Workers union to accept some concessions in factory-level contracts and in national contract talks this year, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. The plan is already angering rank-and-file workers and undermining UAW leaders' efforts to work with management to push through cost-cutting agreements with local unions that ...
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