Renault Samsung, which has not had an organized labor union since it was formed in 2000, now has a 200-member union core in place. The new union is recruiting members at the auto maker’s plant in Busan. It also says it has joined the Korean Metal Workers Union, the umbrella group that represents union workers at all other Korean auto makers. The union says about 4,000 of RSM’s 5,650 employees have production-related jobs. When the auto maker was acquired from Samsung in 2000, it had ...
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