Hourly workers at DaimlerChrysler AG’s Freightliner LLC’s St. Thomas, Ont., Canada, assembly plant have certified the Canadian Auto Workers union as their collective bargaining representative. The Ontario Labor Relations Board validated the card check process, which began Oct. 1, at the plant and Freightliner says it accepts the outcome and "will bargain in good faith with the CAW in an attempt to reach mutually agreeable contract terms." Despite the certification, no date has been set ...
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