AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group and the United Auto Workers union have begun negotiations to reach a new national agreement before the Sept. 14 deadline. The main issues in the talks are expected to be health care cost reductions, wage increases and changes to work rules, those close to the bargaining say. The negotiations, which cover 55,115 hourly and 5,242 salaried workers at more than 40 facilities throughout the U.S., are expected to encroach upon several issues that UAW ...
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