General Motors Corp. avoids a labor walkout at its Moraine, OH, midsize sport/utility vehicle plant by reaching a tentative agreement with the International Union of Electrical workers Local 798 last Tuesday (May 2), one day prior to the union's strike deadline. The facility's 4,000 union members, who voted down a tentative contract reached in November, are scheduled to cast ballots on the proposed deal Tuesday (May 9) and Wednesday (May 10). Details weren't available, but IUE Local 798 ...

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