Hyundai’s union officials in South Korea were not surprised there were no breakthroughs in the resumed labor contract negotiations Aug. 22, other than some minor responses, a source tells WardsAuto. With their demands unmet, plant workers refused to perform their jobs during one hour of overtime on Thursday in Korea. Union officials now are planning to double up on partial strikes for Friday and Monday. Workers will put down tools for four hours on each of two shifts, which will ...
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