Detroit Is Bluffing UAW on Third-Class Jobs
Back in 2007, when times were tough for the auto industry, the United Auto Workers agreed to a two-tier wage structure that allowed them to preserve salaries for current workers, while still achieving needed cuts to labor costs. Now automakers are proposing a third tier that will be even lower than the existing pay structure, the better to allow them to compete with non-union plants owned by foreign companies.
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