WYOMING, Mich. (AP) -- Union workers at a former west Michigan Delphi Corp. plant now owned by General Motors Co. will vote again on a contract after rejecting it.
United Auto Workers Local 167 members at the plant in Wyoming near Grand Rapids vote Thursday and Friday on an interim contract. There were some changes to the contract workers rejected last week by a nearly 2-1 margin.
The Grand Rapids Press reports Monday that frozen wages and a $12-an-hour starting pay are still among the terms sought by GM at the four plants it bought from the auto parts supplier spun off from GM in 1999. Delphi emerged from bankruptcy in October.
The Wyoming plant is the first of the four to vote on a contract.