TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Chrysler Group executives plan to ask the United Auto Workers union to improve worker flexibility, a senior Chrysler manufacturing executive says. Along with the other members of the Big Three, Chrysler is watching as foreign transplants make their facilities more flexible while boosting profits. Chrysler VP Craig Corrington says flexibility will be key issue in UAW talks. In order for the domestics to remain competitive, the union must be willing to ...
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