Find everything you need to know about the CAW negotiations with the Big Three automakers.
September 20, 2012
by PLANT STAFF
TORONTO—It’s been a busy week for the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union as it looks to ratify labour contracts with the Big Three automakers.
The union has reached a deal with Ford, and now it’s looking to leverage details of that contract to come to terms with General Motors and Chrysler after it extended a strike deadline earlier this week. It’s closing in on a deal with GM CAW says GM proposal on the horizon.
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CAW gets a tentative deal with GM
CAW extends talks with GM, Chrysler
CAW continues round the clock talks with GM, Chrysler says it’s ‘optimistic’
CAW focuses on Ford as strike deadline looms
CAW could target more than one automaker with strikes if wage talks fail
CAW offers lower starting wages for new investments
CAW says Big 3 are making ‘unprecedented demands’