ROMULUS, MI – General Motors Manufacturing Manager Gerald Johnson sees no fallout from the auto maker’s 2-tier wage structure, a pay scale cross-town rival Chrysler considers unsustainable. “It makes us competitive,” Johnson tells WardsAuto after announcing a $385 million investment at an engine plant here. Last week, Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said paying United Auto Workers union members different salaries was divisive and unsustainable long term. “It creates two classes of ...

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