Everyone in the auto industry has heard it: General Motors Corp. is trying, with some initial success, to improve relations with the United Auto Workers union. But Gary L. Cowger, GM's North American labor relations chief whose arrival started the automaker's turnaround with its largest union, isn't leading the effort all alone. “There's a lot of things that you can look at. I think the teams on joint health and safety have made tremendous progress. We set the benchmark, I think, in the ...
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