Two United Auto Workers officials at Ford Motor Co.’s Wayne, MI, assembly plant have been suspended without pay after an altercation with Ford engineers working at the facility. Anderson Robinson Jr. and Jim Jones, two UAW Local 900 officials, reportedly got into a fight with Ford engineers at the plant on Sept. 7 after they saw the engineers making repairs to Focus sedans, work that is contractually stipulated for hourly employees. The engineers, who kept working on the vehicles despite ...

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