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United Airlines in Canada – Attempting an “End Run” around the Canada Labour Code in its decision to outsource says union

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) says United Airlines is attempting an “End Run” around the Canada Labour Code in its decision to outsource work at its Vancouver and Calgary operations currently performed by IAM members. International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

“Under the code, the employer must give 16 weeks’ notice and United has not stated clearly why they are unable to do so,” said an angry IAM District Lodge 140 President and Directing General Chairperson Fred Hospes. “They are trying an ‘end run’ around the code by asking the Minister of Labour for a waiver to shorten the 16 week time period in order to meet their objective of outsourcing the work without any meaningful discussions with the IAM.”

via United Attempts End Run of Labour Code while Outsourcing Canadian Jobs! – MarketWatch.

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