Employees at PSA Peugeot Citroen’s Ryton, U.K., plant have voted to strike after rejecting a 2-year offer to increase wages 3.6% in the first year. Balloted members of the Amicus union voted 52% in favor of striking, while more than half of the balloted members of the Transport and General Workers’ Union also voted down the proposal, reports Bloomberg. Ryton produces the Peugeot 206 model and employs 3,700 workers. A fourth shift was added at the plant in December to increase output to ...
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