SEOUL, Aug 28 (Reuters) - The union at Hyundai Motor Co. , South Korea's top auto maker, said on Tuesday its members will reject holiday overtime shifts starting this weekend as it said wage talks with management failed. Also, the union plans to vote on Thursday and Friday on whether to strike, although the 44,000-member organisation will keep negotiating with management, a union spokesman said. "If members approve strikes, we will be able to start the actions from Sept. 4," spokesman ...
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