Overtime debate: Economics vs. exhaustion

Buss, Dale
September 1999
Automotive News;9/13/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5837, p30U
Trade Publication
Focuses on overtime as an issue during labor talks between the United Auto Workers and automobile companies in the United States as of September 13, 1999. Increase in overtime work for automobile industry workers; Increase in workers' earnings; Workers' ambivalence regarding overtime work. INSET: Frantic pace is easing at some plants.


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