MG Rover plant workers in Britain are voting on whether to strike over flexible schedules that require them to either “bank” or “owe” hours based on a set level. Ballot results are expected on March 15. MG Rover employees who are members of the Amicus-AEEU, Amicus-MSF and TGWU unions already twice have rejected a pay and flexible working package first offered by former MG Rover parent BMW AG and recommended by union officials.
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