Hyundai auto workers plan to put down their tools for four hours at the auto maker’s Korean plants both Tuesday and Wednesday, launching the first of what may be a continuing series of strikes. The goal is to pressure management into submitting a comprehensive proposal for meeting collective-bargaining-agreement demands submitted by the union May 10, WardsAuto learns. The Hyundai Branch of the Korean Metal Workers Union broke off talks Aug. 6, declaring management had failed to ...

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