Delphi Corp. hires more than 2,000 temporary employees at various U.S. facilities to replace union workers participating in the company’s special attrition plan. The temporary workers will earn less than half the average $27 hourly wage currently paid to Delphi’s union-represented employees, The Detroit News reports. In addition, Delphi reportedly plans to continue labor negotiations with the United Auto Workers union throughout the company’s annual 2-week shutdown in July. Without a ...

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