Kia Motors Corp. workers in South Korea reportedly have reached a tentative deal with the auto maker, ending a 2-week strike by about 27,200 union members. The two sides agreed to the same terms that workers at Kia’s sister company, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., did last week. They include a 6.9% increase in basic monthly salary, a bonus this year equivalent to three months’ pay and a one-time, 2 million won ($1,950) payment. Also part of the deal is a move to an 18-hour vs. 24-hour shift system ...
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