GENERAL MOTORS CORP.: :: Number of active UAW-represented workers: 335,000 (the UAW, which includes recently laid-off and other members in the "active" category, claims 370,000). Average numbers of years' services per worker: 17.5 Average age of workers: 42. Average hourly 1986 labor cost: $24.00. Breakdown of GM's average hourly labor cost: $17.99 "cash compensation" Wages, overtime, vacation pay, holiday pay and shift minimums. $6.01 benefits and legally required payments, such as federal and state unemployment compensation taxes. Laid-off workers currently receiving supplemental unemployment benefits equal to 95 percent of regular pay for up to two years: 50,000. Average profit-sharing payment per worker in 1986: $00.00. Total 1986 excutive bonus payments: $169 million. 1986 net income: $2.9 billion ($8.21 per share GM common stock; $2.97 per share Class E, attributable to the performance of GM's Electronic Data Systems; and $2.13 for Class H, attributable to GM Hughes Electronics Corp. earnings). First-half 1987 net income: $1.92 billion ($5.42 GM common, $1.12 Class E, and $1.77 Class H). U.S. operations: 210 plants and facilities in 30 states, including 32 plants engaged in the final assembly of cars and trucks. Component sourcing: Estimated 70 percent of GM original equipment parts built by UAW-represented workers at union wages; 30 percent of GM parts are "outsourced," built by usually less-expensive, non-UAW labor.

FORD MOTOR CO.: Number of active UAW-represented workers: 103,600 (the UAW claims 108,000). Average number of years' service per worker: 17.5. Average age of workers: 42. Average hourly 1986 labor cost: $27.12. Breakdown of Ford's average hourly labor cost: $16.18 in hourly wages, overtime, holiday pay and shift premiums. $10.94 in benefits, including profit sharing. Laid-off workers currently receiving supplemental unemployment benefits equal to 95 percent of regular pay for up to two years: 7,500. Average profit-sharing payment per worker in 1986: $2,100. Total 1986 executive bonus payments: 4164.3 million. 1986 net income: $3.3 billion ($12.32 per share). First-half 1987 net income: $2.99 billion ($11.54). U.S. operations: 85 plants and facilities in 20 states, including 17 final assembly plants for cars and trucks. Component sourcing: Estimated 50 percent of Ford original equipment built by UAW-represented workers at union wages; about 50 percent of Ford's parts are built in non-UAW plants, foreign and domestic.