While they can’t say it in public, Korea’s automakers breathed a huge sigh of relief after the Supreme Court of Korea ruled on a worker’s lawsuit demanding his employer include bonuses in his regular pay calculation, then repay him for the shortfall in his wages the previous three years. The Supreme Court issued its Dec. 18 ruling en bloc, meaning all 13 justices concurred. This is an unusual action taken only when a matter has significant, wide-ranging implications, and ...
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