Workers at Ford Motor Co.’s Michigan Truck Plant reportedly have approved a new pact that may open the door for more flexibility in the way workers are assigned to jobs. The United Auto Workers union overwhelmingly approved a deal with Ford that secures seniority rights, but allows Ford to consolidate up to 40 job classifications at the Wayne, MI, plant where the Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator are built, The Detroit News says. Ford’s output at the Michigan Truck Plant has ...

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