South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co's labour union said on Tuesday its members have rejected the tentative wage deal its leadership had agreed with management last week.
The union in a statement said 50.2 percent of 45,008 voters rejected the deal as they deemed wage levels were inadequate compared with previous years' agreements, whereas 48.
2 percent accepted the terms. The remaining votes were invalid.
The voting took place on Friday with a turnout of 88 percent, with the result tabulated early on Saturday.