DETROIT – Economic sacrifices made by the United Auto Workers union to benefit Detroit auto makers must be repaid when profitability returns to the industry, says Bob King, the union’s presumptive president. King, currently a UAW vice president and leading candidate to succeed Ron Gettelfinger at the helm next month, also decries the restoration of merit-based pay increases and matching 401k contributions for non-union white-collar workers. “None of that should have happened” unless UAW ...
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