UAW qualified for top tier of new labour policy at plant, giving it first formal role at foreign-owned auto plant in southern U.S.
U.S. NLRB panel ruled German automaker violated laws by blocking UAW supporters from leafleting at plant
Union has been gaining support from powerful labour representatives who serve on automaker’s supervisory board
In Canada, the company is being targeted by the giant labour union Unifor in pattern bargaining with forestry companies in Eastern Canada
The money, including a $46-million add-on, is spread over six manufacturing facilities to make a new small engine, improved V-6 and new transmission
Workers claim they were improperly classified as temporary employees after losing their jobs, rehired
A look at some of the biggest and most influential labor action in Canadian history