No concessions, a curb on unnecessary overtime, another 3-year contract and three separate plant closing strategies form the agenda for the Canadian Auto Workers union as it prepares to negotiate a new master agreement with the Big Three. The current 3-year agreement expires at midnight Sept. 17, a year ahead of the 4-year United Auto Workers deal. Both were negotiated in 1999 – much headier times than the climate in which the CAW finds itself negotiating today. CAW President Buzz ...
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