General Motors Korea employees represented by the Korea Metal Workers Union will put down their tools for six hours on all shifts on July 10 and July 12 and for a full 8-hour shift July 13, the union says in a posting on its website. The planned actions were set after union members voted July 3 to authorize a strike, following 12 rounds of contract talks between GM Korea management and the union. Negotiations have been ongoing since May. “It’s a pretty normal process, and ...

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