Some 100 workers at a Pontiac, MI, truck plant are protesting General Motors Corp.’s move to cut overtime for workers at its nearby Validation Center. GM has begun outsourcing work at the center, which does engineering and produces prototype vehicles. Employees claim the outsourcing decision has cost 150-200 workers about $60,000 each in lost wages in the two years since GM and union workers at the plant signed a new local contract. A GM spokesman says the company hopes the issue can be ...

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