Lost production costs auto maker $732 million.
Unionized workers at Hyundai refuse to work for a seventh consecutive weekend in South Korea, resulting in significant production losses for both auto makers. A Hyundai spokesman tells WardsAuto management and the union are much closer to agreement on a weekend compensation package than when the union first refused weekend work March 9. “We are in talks with the union to reach the best results as soon as possible,” he says. However, Hyundai so far has lost six days of ...
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