The Canadian Auto Workers union expects more than 35% of its eligible members to take advantage of the voluntary retirement incentive offered by DaimlerChrysler Canada. About 2,800 DCC workers face layoffs because of cuts outlined in DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s “turnaround” strategy. But CAW President Buzz Hargrove is buoyed by features of the incentive plan, the product of negotiations between company and union officials. Mr. Hargrove is so optimistic, he says nearly half of the 2,000 ...
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