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Unifor President Jerry Dias said he is not concerned about potential job cuts under new Ford CEO Jim Hackett, who oversaw about 12,000 layoffs during his tenure as the head of Steelcase Inc.
Canadian auto suppliers say proposed changes to Ontario's labor laws would make them less competitive and cost the province new auto-related investment.
The National Labor Relations Board has filed an unfair labor practices complaint against VW at its Tennessee plant. VW will fight the charge.
Lear's plant in Whitby, Ont., once slated for closure, will assemble seats for General Motors' Oshawa assembly plant under a newly ratified labor agreement.
Former UAW President Bob King said he supports President Trump's bid to renegotiate NAFTA as long as it puts workers first.
General Motors plans to add 500 employees and a second shift to build trucks at its assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario, according to a union memo.
Tesla offered pay rises and job guarantees to defuse labor tensions at a key German supplier, whose founder and CEO left the company late last month, German labor officials said.
Tesla has offered more sweeteners to try to quell unrest at German supplier Grohmann Engineering, a maker of automated manufacturing systems that Tesla agreed to buy in November.
Workers at the Tesla assembly plant in California have filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board accusing the company of illegally surveilling and coercing workers seeking unionization.
British workers at BMW plan strikes to oppose moves by the automaker to alter their pension plans. The strikes would affect the Mini plant in Oxford, an engine factory and a pressings plant.
The UAW's net assets fell 7.9 percent from a year earlier to $861.7 million at the end of 2016, but membership rose 1.8 percent to 415,963 workers.
UAW's ranks grow again; Genesis, Kia green cars on tap; Ally's finance marketplace; VW rebuffed in Munich; Record-high Tesla output; Carvana IPO plan; Land Rover tuner takedown?
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