Ford Motor Co. product commitments at key U.S. manufacturing sites are in limbo following workers’ rejection of a tentative deal contingent on givebacks. The United Auto Workers union today confirms more than two-thirds of its hourly members at Ford snubbed the pact, which included a 6-year ban on some strikes, a wage freeze for new hires, restructured work rules and an agreement to enter into binding wage arbitration. “Our membership has spoken,” says a joint statement by UAW President ...
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