Kia Motors Corp.’s unionized members have returned to work, but still haven’t settled wage issues. A union spokesman tells Reuters the strike was temporarily halted “because we want management to show us a sincere attitude in negotiations.” Union members were slated to meet with Kia management today in an effort to reach consensus on a new wage pact. The union is requesting an 11% pay hike and a decrease in the workweek from six days to five. The union has held full and partial strikes ...

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