DETROIT – United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger is confident heading into this year’s contract talks with the Big 3, but he knows they won’t be easy. “We do have a lot of mutual respect. And we’re all going to the table knowing that the UAW’s going to win,” Gettelfinger jokes, evoking laughter at a Detroit Economic Club luncheon. When the crowd settles down, however, he admits, “You never know the outcome of negotiations. But I do know this: every set of ...
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