Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is dropping one shift at its Swindon, U.K., assembly plant and laying off some 150-200 temporary workers in early June. The moves mean a cut in pay for 900 fulltime workers at the plant who are affected by the loss of the shift and will be used to fill slots formerly held by the temporary workers. Those 900 employees had been paid an extra £63 ($98) per week shift differential – or £3,300 ($5,158) annually. The Amicus manufacturing union refutes Honda’s claims that ...

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