As negotiations between the Canadian Auto Works union and DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. begin, the union’s top executive reportedly says job cuts may be in the picture. “They’ve told us they’re going to cut a lot of people out of (the) Windsor (Ont.) and Brampton (Ont., plants),” CAW President Buzz Hargrove is quoted as saying in the Windsor Star. DC plans to seek production efficiency improvements in its next national contract, with the potential of outsourcing vehicle assembly functions. ...
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