Northwest Airlines is seeking concessions valued at $190 million per year from the approximately 14,400 fleet and passenger service employees, stock clerks and other workers represented by the International Assn. of Machinists and also wants to impose a temporary 5% pay cut that will remain in place until the company exits bankruptcy. The proposal from NWA VP-Labor Relations Julie Hagen Showers was posted on the union's website. Prior to filing for bankruptcy on Sept. 14, the airline had ...

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