More than 4,000 Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. employees are threatening to resign if management backs down from a restructuring plan that calls for a 36% cut in the workforce, a spokesman tells Ward’s. Further, the pro-management employees say they will attempt to enter the locked-down plant in Pyongtaek, South Korea, on June 16, if the strikers, who are armed with spears and clubs, have not dispersed by June 15. “If the union keeps the plant locked up, our company will be faced with (even ...
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