DETROIT, March 27 (Reuters) - United Auto Workers union President Ron Gettelfinger on Tuesday said the union does not want to strike, but kept the option open in case of unfair bargaining during negotiations for a new contract. "Our union does not want to strike, but when employers act as if collective bargaining is a one-way street, not a two-way street, then we will do what we have to do," Gettelfinger said, speaking at the Special Convention on Collective Bargaining. The union will ...
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