The United Auto Workers union files unfair labor practice charges against Peterbilt Motors Co., a unit of PACCAR Inc., because of a Sept. 2 lockout of 700 UAW members at Peterbilt’s Madison, TN, facility. Mike Pardue, president of UAW Local 1832, says Peterbilt began labor contract negotiations with the union by asking for cutbacks in health care and pensions. “We asked them for documentation about their own proposals, and they said no,” says Pardue. “Then when we said we couldn’t accept ...

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