Tentative labor pact would end night shifts at GM Korea plants.
Kia and GM Korea reach tentative agreements with their labor unions, with the offer on the table a little better for Kia workers than the one agreed to at GM Korea. Kia workers will hold a ratification vote Friday. The GM Korea union has not scheduled what will be a second ratification vote. The first tentative deal was reached Aug. 15 but was rejected by 81.3% of union workers two days later. The tentative contracts are the result of negotiations going back to May. The Kia deal was ...
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