The impact of Chrysler Group LLC’s planned “performance reward” for its nearly 30,000 unionized workers will be felt at the bargaining table, a noted auto industry labor expert predicts. But at least one labor leader, though grateful for the acknowledgement, says the goodwill move only goes so far. CEO Sergio Marchionne confirms today the auto maker will announce next week that salaried employees and those represented by the United Auto Workers and Canadian Auto Workers unions will ...
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