Workers at Peterbilt Motors Co.’s Nashville, TN, plant come to an agreement with the truck maker on a new 5-year labor contract. Workers, members of United Auto Workers Local 1832, will return to work after a 10-month strike that began Sept. 3, 2002. Per the new contract, plant workers will receive improved wages and benefits but reportedly will shoulder additional health-care costs. Only 250 of the plant’s 750-strong workforce will return to work on July 1, as slowing demand in the ...
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