More than 95% of 24,000 Delphi Corp. employees represented by the United Auto Workers union reportedly authorize union leaders to call a strike if the struggling supplier accepts the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s move to void its union labor contracts. Hearings on the matter began in early May and are set to continue later in the month. Judge Robert Drain reportedly is pressuring Delphi, the UAW and General Motors Corp., Delphi’s former parent and largest customer, to reach an agreement outside of ...
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