(12.) Sam Gindin, The Canadian Auto Workers
: The Birth and Transformation of a Union (Toronto 1995), 116-124; Kim Moody, An Injury to All: The Decline of American Unionism (New York 1988), 58-61.
The Canadian auto workers
rejected concessions in principle and beat back the corporate onslaught.
The Canadian Auto Workers
(CAW), a separate union that broke away from the UAW in 1985, has taken a different approach to job retention.
The only way to avoid situations like Darco's, says Peggy Nash, assistant to the president of the Canadian Auto Workers
, is for unions to confront co-worker harassment head-on.
For students of the transformation of industrial relations, this report by the Canadian Auto Workers
(CAW) on the impact of new technology on workers and unions in a large multinational high-technology firm is a valuable source of information.
The collective bargaining agreements need to be submitted and ratified by members of Unifo, the Canadian union formed last year by the merger of the Canadian Auto Workers
Union and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada.
The investment is being made based on an early agreement with the Canadian Auto Workers
Canadian labour minister Lisa Raitt said she congratulated Toronto-based carrier Sunwing Airlines Inc and the Canadian Auto Workers
Local 7378 on reaching a collective agreement.
The Six Nations group was joined by members of the Canadian Auto Workers
(CAW) Union and the First Nations Solidarity Working Group of CUPE Local 3903.
The Canadian Auto Workers
(CAW) and Big Three automakers, Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) and Chrysler Group LLC, reached a denouement to their labor negotiations when the union and Chrysler, the last holdout of the three companies, struck a tentative four-year collective agreement Thursday.
The union representing employees, the Canadian Auto Workers
, said in a statement that the deal "provides wage increases of 9% over four years.
Air Canada on Monday said it has received confirmation from the Canadian Auto Workers
(CAW) union Local 2002 that it's call centre and airport customer service agents in Canada have ratified a new collective agreement.
There would seem to be a perfect match between the needs of this Crown Corporation (which plans to purchase approximately 5,000 new light vehicles in coming years) and the needs of Canadian auto workers
(who are being laid off because of weak vehicle sales).
A couple of weeks ago, Buzz Hargrove, the feisty (I'm being kind) president of the Canadian Auto Workers
(CAW) union said they would go on strike against General Motors (GM) if the auto maker did not promise new car products for Windsor, Oshawa, and St.