HAMTRAMCK, MI – United Auto Workers union chief Bob King says a seat for labor on the board of directors at General Motors will be a key proposal during labor talks with the auto maker, and he expects a winning contract will influence his push to organize the U.S. facilities of overseas manufacturers. “That is definitely one of our proposals – we think corporate governance is important,” King tells journalists after the two organizations kick off contract talks ...
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