Refusals by workers to man Saturday and Sunday shifts has cost Hyundai output of 79,000 vehicles worth 1.6 trillion won ($1.43 billion), a company spokesman tells WardsAuto. This past weekend marked the 11th straight since March 9 in which the workforce has refused weekend shifts. Hyundai signed a deal with union representatives April 26 calling for increased pay for the Saturday-Sunday work, but employees voted down the pact. Asked if the production losses were limiting ...

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