It’s no surprise that profit-sharing is a focus of this year’s contract talks between the United Auto Workers union and Detroit auto makers, says a former OEM CEO. Tom LaSorda, who led Chrysler from 2005 to 2007 and served as company president for two additional years, tells WardsAuto he expects variable-pay programs will occupy much of the discussion. UAW President Bob King confirms as much at an Aug. 29 news conference following his address to the Detroit Economic ...
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