Hyundai deal likely to set pattern for GM Korea, Kia.
Hyundai and its workers union reach an agreement on weekend overtime pay and the union will allow its members to resume weekend work at all plants in Korea beginning the weekend of May 4. A spokesman tells WardsAuto the union has accepted Hyundai’s offer of an average 225,000 won ($203) a shift for the back-to-back 8-hour day and 9-hour afternoon shifts on weekends. The total weekend pay package of 450,000 won ($407) for both shifts is higher by 50,000 won ($46) than the auto ...
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