FORD OF CANADA AND UNIFOR REACH TENTATIVE AGREEMENT ON NEW NATIONAL LABOUR CONTRACT
Note: The following statement is attributed to Steve Majer, vice president, Human Resources, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited.
OAKVILLE, Ont., Nov. 1, 2016 – Ford of Canada and Unifor have reached a tentative agreement on a four-year national labour contract covering more than 6,400 unionized employees in Canada.
The agreement is subject to ratification by Ford-Unifor members. To respect the ratification process, Ford of Canada will not discuss the specifics of the tentative agreement until unionized employees have had the opportunity to review and vote on the agreement.
Unifor-Ford Opening 2016 Contract Negotiations
The following statement is attributable to Steve Majer, vice president, Human Resources, Ford of Canada.
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