UAW gains outsourcing concessions

DeGenaro, William
June 1994
Automotive News;6/13/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5556, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on United Auto Workers' (UAW) winning of concessions from General Motors (GM) and Chrysler Corp. in the process of settling strikes against two technical units. Provisions under agreement between UAW and GM; View of UAW Local 160 vice president Earl Hartman on agreement.


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