Autoworkers set Wednesday cutoff for Chrysler labor talks
Oct 08, 2007 | 02:26 PM
| Philip Burgert
The United Auto Workers (UAW) union has told Chrysler LLC that it has until midweek to wrap up a tentative labor contract or face the prospect of a strike by the company's almost 50,000 hourly employees, sources close to the negotiations said.
Spokespersons for the union and Chrysler confirmed that talks had continued through the weekend at Chrysler's Auburn Hills, Mich., headquarters. The UAW spokesman declined comment on the union's deadline, but the Chrysler spokeswoman said the union had given a 72-hour notice of a possible strike expiring....
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