United Auto Workers union President Ron Gettelfinger challenges DaimlerChrysler AG to use “the skill and dedication” of union members to fuel Chrysler Group’s economic recovery. Gettelfinger issues the challenge as the UAW announces it has reached agreement with Chrysler on retirement incentives designed to help the auto maker cut 9,000 workers from its U.S. hourly payroll. The reduction is part of Chrysler’s $1.3 billion “Recovery and Transformation Plan” expected to return the auto ...
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