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Stacey McKee Knight Quoted in Detroit Free Press on UAW Quest to Eliminate Two-Tier Wage System

Firm News | July 20, 2015

Stacey McKee Knight, national co-chair of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, is quoted in this story about the labor union United Automobile Workers (UAW) and its goal to end the two-tier wage system. UAW president Dennis Williams hopes to "bridge the gap" in hourly pay between entry-level workers and those hired before 2007. Stacey noted that multi-tier wage structures are historically adopted by companies in severe financial distress. She added that they are often opposed by unions and difficult to eliminate, especially after thousands of workers are hired. ("Four Ways UAW Could End Two-Tiered Wages with Detroit Three," July 17, 2015)

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