Kia Motors Corp. unionized workers returned to the picket line in South Korea today after rejecting an agreement with their employer on issues that include union participation in management decisions and worker welfare programs. Union officials say in a published report they plan to strike for four hours per shift each day until the talks are settled. The union ended an initial 7-day strike last week after accepting a 6.2% pay raise in base salary and a bonus payment. But union officials ...
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