Plant employees agree to shift and working-hours changes, plus freeze in pay.
GM Holden workers approve a 3-year wage freeze, dodging a threatened plant closure in return. The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union says the vote by 1,700 workers in Adelaide approves changes to their labor contract, including adjustments to shifts and working hours and cancellation of a scheduled 3% pay rise in November. The AMWU says the package will save GM Holden A$15 million ($13.6 million), but the changes will come into effect only if the General Motors subsidiary ...
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