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Labour News
Aug 25, 2014
Province offers parents $40 per day for alternative child care if strike extends into school year

Aug 25, 2014
New deal will keep facility from closing

Aug 22, 2014
Agreement ends 11-week strike over wages, job security

Aug 21, 2014
Change negotiated in collective agreement with faculty association

Aug 21, 2014
Agreement will see wage increase of 12.33% over term

Aug 21, 2014
'Likely unconstitutional,' says union

Aug 20, 2014
CUPE Local 79 files policy grievance, calls in labour ministry
Global Labour News
Aug 26, 2014
Broadcasting company looks to downsize with 600 voluntary buyouts

Aug 25, 2014
As many as 138 laid off in past year

Aug 22, 2014
Salary, haulage rates sticking points for drivers

Aug 21, 2014
Workers to strike for four hours

Aug 20, 2014
New season expected to open Sept. 22 without stoppages

Aug 20, 2014
New contract aligned to recent wage settlements in South African metals industry
Current Issue
CURRENT ISSUE: Aug 25, 2014
Unifor prepares to take its shot at representing major junior hockey players

Mill operator should learn from mistakes, arbitrator says

Julie White, director of the union's women's department, talks the convention, upcoming federal election and what it means to be a feminist

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JULY 2014
Blaine Donais, founder of Workplace Fairness Institute, talks to Canadian HR Reporter TV about how organizations can build relationships with unions to improve morale and business results

Managing the Sandwich Generation, When BLT means “Balancing Legal Trouble”

Learn practical strategies for managing the complicated legal issues that come with both an aging population and increased family obligations for employees

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