A planned vote for unionization to be held today at Toyota Motor Corp.’s Cambridge, ON, Canada, plant has been called off, and labor leaders are accusing the auto maker of deception. “Based on a bargaining-unit employee list with over 900 new additional names submitted by Toyota late (March 18) to the (Ontario Labour Relations) Board and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers) it was clear we didn’t have enough signed membership cards,” Ian Morland, district ...
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