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Unpaid leave for autoworkers at Honda’s Ohio plants

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As the auto sales cluster bomb continues to send shrapnel throughout the industry, Honda is cutting production at its Ohio manufacturing facilities to cope with the damage.

During eight days in May and June, the company production line will shut down at Honda’s Marysville and East Liberty plants. The company is also extending its traditional one-week annual shutdown to two weeks at all Ohio plants, including the Anna engine plant and the Russell’s Point transmission plant.

Some of the days off will be designated as no-work days, meaning the plant will be closed completely and employees will not come to work and will not be paid.

Six of the days will be no-production days where employees have the option of working jobs other than those on the production line. Employees may also take paid vacation for any of the days removed from the production schedule.

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