LIVONIA, MI – Expect Detroit auto makers to leverage contentious “Alternative Work Schedules” as a hedge against costly capacity expansion, a noted labor expert says. Kristin Dziczek, director-labor and industry group at the Michigan-based Center for Automotive Research, says General Motors, Ford and Chrysler have sufficient capacity to serve current U.S. market conditions. The seasonally adjusted annual rate for light-vehicle sales is hovering near 13.21 million units, according to ...

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