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UAW: No Reduction in Health Benefits without Matching Cuts in Executive Pay

United Auto Workers union President Ron Gettelfinger is demanding General Motors Corp. cut executives and salaried workers' pay if it wants union help in trimming the automaker's $5.6 billion annual health care bill.

In addition, Gettelfinger said Friday he wants Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan to slash administrative costs in the union's health care plan. And he said GM's 12-member board of directors also should take a pay cut.

Read the entire story at Mlive.com.


Posted by: Duncan Kinder on Aug 27, 05 | 5:31 pm | Profile

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