Canadian Auto Workers union members at General Motors Corp.’s Ste. Therese, Que., Canada, plant vote nearly two to one in favor of accepting compensation deals offered by GM June 7. The deal gives employees who are at least 50 years old with at least 30 years of seniority improved pensions and a $50,000 bonus. However, CAW officials say only 578 of the plant’s 1,400 workers are eligible for that payout. Under terms of the deal approved by 63% of the voters, employees also have the ...
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