GM Korea’s labor union holds a 3-hour strike on both the day and evening shifts at all three of the auto maker’s major plants in Korea Tuesday to pressure management into accepting worker demands for higher wages and a large one-time bonus. The factories include Bupyeong, Gunsan and Changwon, and a spokesman tells Ward’s the union will stop work for three hours on the daytime shift Wednesday. “They are seeking a 150,611 won ($141) monthly wage increase, which is the standard demand ...
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