For CAW head, job ownership is the big issue

English, Bob
August 1996
Automotive News;8/12/1996, Vol. 70 Issue 5673, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Buzz Hargrove's pledge to fight for job security and work conditions in contract negotiations with automobile industry giants in the United States. Derailment of shift of jobs from unionized automobile plants to nonunion suppliers; Reduction in working hours for members. INSET: Quick takes on each of the Big 3..


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