Union concessions aren't providing benefits to GM

The United Auto Workers agreed to wage-and-benefit cuts for new hires to help General Motors remain afloat, but the company still hasn't seen those savings materialize after three years. The reason: New workers can't be hired yet because 5,000 laid-off union workers have first dibs when jobs are added.

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