and union employees at Harley-Davidson’s York manufacturing plant last month settled a two-week walkout. The strike shuttered the motorcycle manufacturer’s main plant. Workers overwhelmingly approved the company’s latest offer, with 83 percent voting to accept the terms.
Employees will earn a 12 percent wage increase over three years. Concessions include a lower starting wage for new hires.
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