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January 07, 2014 AT 5:59 AM
Two managers at U.S. tire giant Goodyear were freed Tuesday after about 100 angry workers barricaded them inside a factory overnight in France. Union-backed employees used large farm tires to barricade site director Michel Dheilly and human resources manager Bernard Glesser in a room following a meeting over lay-off pay. The so-called "boss-napping" incident is the latest flare-up in a fractious relationship between the company and staff at the plant.