Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s union reportedly will strike for four days beginning Nov. 26 to protest proposed changes in South Korean labor laws that prescribe the hiring of additional temporary workers. The action is being spearheaded by the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, which is the second largest labor union in the country, with 620,000 members. Hyundai’s union is part of the KCTU and boasts 42,000 members, some 60% of whom voted in support of the strike. The union also is ...
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