NEW YORK – Boasting what a high-ranking executive says is an excellent working relationship with its 96,000 workers worldwide, BMW seems certain to break the 100,000-employee mark in the near future. All workers are represented by unions, except in China and the U.S., Harald Krueger, board member responsible for human relations, tells Ward's in an interview. The United Auto Workers union says it has entered confidential discussions with “a majority” of U.S. transplants. But a U.S. BMW ...
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