DUNDEE, MI – The contract covering shop-floor workers at the Global Engine Mfg. Alliance here could be a harbinger of future agreements involving the United Auto Workers union. The 6-year GEMA deal, recently ratified by members of UAW Local 723, which represents about 100 hourly employees at the new plant, features just two job classifications. Historically, UAW contracts have numerous job classifications, which can severely restrict a plant’s operation, auto makers claim. Nate Gooden ...
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