General Motors Corp.'s Linden, NJ, plant is facing a possible work stoppage after a strike authorization vote was approved Oct. 26 by members of United Auto Workers Local 595, although a walkout seems highly unlikely at least in the near-term. “They are making progress,” says a GM spokesman of the union and management bargaining teams. “They're working through the issues.” The two sides are at odds over alleged local agreement violations, including unsafe work conditions and overtime. ...

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