DETROIT – United Auto Workers Union President Bob King says the labor group will seek to re-establish pattern bargaining among the Detroit Three auto makers during the next round of negotiations, set to begin in earnest this summer. Long a bargaining tool of the UAW, pattern bargaining is designed to create labor parity between General Motors, Ford and Chrysler by crafting similar contracts. Due to the bankruptcies at GM and Chrysler, the three auto makers have dissimilar deals. The ...
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