The Canadian Auto Workers union threatens plant shutdowns and occupations if suppliers demand wage concessions, benefit package rollbacks or pension reductions from its members. “The CAW will mobilize all of the resources of the national union to support local unions who are resisting employer demands for concessions, and will oppose concessions using every non-violent option available to us,” the union says in a resolution adopted today at a conference in St. Thomas, Ont., Canada. Led ...
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