MADISON, Wis. (WTAQ) - Union workers at Sub-Zero/Wolf give up 20 percent of their paychecks, but keep their jobs.
The Madison workers agreed to a deal that will save about 200 jobs. Employees at the home appliance company rejected a similar offer last month.
Sub-Zero/Wolf had threatened to move the Wisconsin production line to Kentucky if the concessions weren't approved. A union spokesman says the company reached out last week to make some of the changes more acceptable.
Now, the 20 percent cut will be phased in -- as 5 percent reductions at the start of each quarter.