GM struggles to negotiate worker demands in its

Laabs, Jennifer
August 1998
Workforce;Aug98, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p13
Reports the labor strike of workers at the two facilities of General Motors Co. in Flint, Michigan. Reason for the strike; Number of employees that participated in the strike; Losses suffered by the company due to the strike; Plans to remedy the problem.


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