The United Auto Workers union reportedly is asking its locals, which represent approximately 24,000 workers at some 20 Delphi Corp. plants, to conduct a strike authorization vote by May 14. The authorization would give the UAW the legal ability to call a strike should the bankrupt parts maker accept decrees from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court nullifying its labor contracts with the union. The next hearing on the matter is set for June 9. The International Union of Electrical ...
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