GM and Canada's Unifor remain 'miles apart,' strike possible, Dias saysWed, 14, Sep 2016
General Motors and Canadian union Unifor remain "miles apart" on labor negotiations and could be facing a strike as Monday's deadline approaches, the union's chief said today. "As of now, we're clearly headed to a strike," Unifor President Jerry Dias said in an interview. "But it's early. I don't tend to panic."
GM selected as target of labor talks with Canada's UniforTue, 06, Sep 2016
Unifor selected General Motors as its target company as it continues negotiations with the Detroit 3 automakers, less than two weeks before its four-year labor contracts expire. Unifor represents about 23,000 Canadian auto workers employed by the Detroit 3.
VW ordered by U.S. labor board to bargain with UAW, skilled-trades workers at Tenn. plantThu, 01, Sep 2016
Volkswagen has been ordered by the National Labor Relations Board to begin bargaining with skilled-trades workers represented by the UAW at its Chattanooga plant.