Says the offer it still allows the company to shift its resources away from the Ingersoll plant.
Proposal focuses on three long-standing issues – job security, economic concerns and contract language.
Canada wants enforceable, progressive labour standards to be included in the deal.
Mexican automotive industry has created a class of workers who are barely getting by.
Pushes for higher wages in Mexico and an end to tactics aimed at starving unions of cash.
Government-mandated increases tend to lead employers to reduce worker count.
August figures also show a long-awaited improvement in wage growth.
But era of technology poses challenges and opportunities needed for workers to retrain.
They have accused the country of using cheap labour as a way to draw in business.
Province plans to establish a commission to create a plan that raises the rate without hurting businesses.
Nearly 50% of the Canadian labour force is at high risk within the next two decades, so how should we prepare?
Analysis of Bill 148 projects potential job losses at 185,000 in first two years.
Conference Board report says employers have a role to play to help employees balance work and family obligations.
Owner Heligear Canada Acquisition blames poor management before it purchased the plant on 2012.
US NAFTA objectives don’t mention auto sector specifically, but calls for stiffer rules of origin and more stringent environmental and labour standards.