GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. employees continue to refuse to work overtime for the second consecutive week. “On Monday (Aug.11), this amounted to four hours – two hours on the day shift and two hours on the evening shift,” a GMDAT source tells Ward’s. The auto maker has suspended wage negotiations but is continuing to discuss non-wage matters with the Korea Metal Workers Union as well as its constituent workers union. One of these is a severance fee being requested by workers ...

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