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GM appeals directly to employees as strike losses mount, riling UAW

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
General Motors Co took the unusual step of appealing directly to employees in a blog post on Friday that laid out the terms of the automaker's latest offer aimed at ending a month-long strike, angering the union with which it is negotiating.
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General Motors took the unusual step of appealing directly to employees in a blog post on Friday that laid out the terms of the automaker’s latest offer aimed at ending a month-long strike, angering the union with which it is negotiating. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

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