DEARBORN, MI – The Detroit Three’s hard fought tier-two wage package for entry-level hourly employees may prove at odds with efforts to hire, train and retain the tens of thousands of new line workers expected to be needed over the next five years, experts say. General Motors, Ford and Chrysler won the right from the United Auto Workers union to pay new employees lower wages in the run-up to financial troubles that ultimately dragged two of the three auto makers through bankruptcy court. ...
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