Union workers ratify a contract with South Korea’s Kia that has financial terms identical to those contained in a previously rejected agreement. The second agreement was accepted by 64.4% of those who voted Aug. 19. The first agreement was rejected July 27 by 63% of workers who voted. “The main difference between the first tentative agreement and the second is that we stressed social responsibility, not wage,” a Kia spokesman tells Ward’s. “In the second agreement, we have established ...
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