Following live-in tent demonstrations by laid-off Ssangyong workers and critical newspaper editorials, the Korean auto maker announces an agreement with the employees’ union to help 455 of its unpaid, furloughed members. A Ssangyong spokesman tells WardsAuto the company does not use the term “laid-off,” instead calling the employees in question “workers who are on unpaid leave.” No matter the language, the 455 former Ssangyong employees have been out of ...
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