Kia Motors Corp. workers walked off the job July 3 for six hours after management rejected union demands for an 8.9% wage hike and bonus increases of as much as 200%. Plans are to strike again Friday, if the wage demands are not met. Meanwhile, union officials will meet with the company for a 2-day session on July 4-5 for further negotiations. Kia employees set a precedent this year by being the first in the Hyundai Motor Group to strike over wages. Usually Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. workers ...
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