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Time for Change - the Magna Agreement

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Time for Change - the Magna Agreement

Postby Cat Lady » Wed Jan 16, 2008 8:33 pm

Unions and companies must co-operate to compete.

Link: http://www.caw.ca/campaigns&issues/ongo ... Change.pdf

This, for some, is a very contentious issue. A union giving up it's members right to strike. For some this is the death of unions for others it new life being breathed into a dying institution.

The overlay, even before a collective agreement is even struck, is the Framework of Fairness (FOF).

http://www.caw.ca/campaigns&issues/ongo ... tation.pdf

This is a bold step. This has never been done before.

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