Hyundai union threatens strike as Kia union turns back wage proposal
It's a similar story at sister brand Kia, as union leaders have vetoed a new wage deal. Many are reportedly surprised at this move, since the deal included record bonuses, a 5.17 percent salary raise and stock. The issue, however, doesn't seem to be focused on the financial figures but rather over a proposed two-shift system.
For the past two years, Hyundai and Kia have successfully negotiated labor meetings so as to avoid strikes. There is still time left to keep that streak alive, but it appears that serious compromise will be required on both sides of the table.
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