Workers at General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG unit plant in Russelsheim, Germany, are offering to work longer hours without extra pay if they are awarded production of the auto maker’s next-generation midsize car, Reuters reports. Labor leaders are proposing a plan that would increase a weekly work-time range to between 30 to 40 hours from 32 to 38 hours currently. The work-hour range lets Russelsheim employees work extra hours with overtime pay during high demand periods and work fewer ...

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