Statement by David Chartrand, Québec coordinator of the IAMAW and vice-president of the FTQ, regarding the departure of Pierre Beaudoin

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Statement by David Chartrand, Québec coordinator of the IAMAW and vice-president of the FTQ, regarding the departure of Pierre Beaudoin

Montréal – “The announced departure of Pierre Beaudoin as executive chairman on June 30th will in no way solve the underlying problem of the indecent compensation paid to business leaders Continue reading

The Machinists Union dissociates itself from the comments expressed by the government of Quebec

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

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The Machinists Union dissociates itself from the comments expressed by the government of Quebec

Quebec april 7 2017 – Over the past two days, the Minister of Economy, Science and Innovation, Dominique Anglade, has attempted to justify her government’s position with respect to Bombardier. Continue reading

Statement of the IAMAW on the decision by Bombardier’s senior executives to put off their pay increases

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Statement of the IAMAW on the decision by Bombardier’s senior executives to put off their pay increases

The IAMAW welcomes the openness and flexibility demonstrated by Bombardier’s senior executives regarding the readjustments that were announced to their pay increases.
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Statement from the International Association of Machinists and workers of the aerospace (IAMAW) about the situation at Bombardier

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MONTREAL, April 2, 2017- the IAMAW has let its position be known concerning the wage increases of Bombardier’s leadership since their announcement last Wednesday. We reiterate that we will express our displeasure to the representatives of the company in due time during the next rounds of negotiations.

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Non-unionized employees at Bombardier in the process of organizing themselves with the IAMAW

 

Unhappy with the state of the relationship with their employer, non union workers in the Bombardier offices have taken steps with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace workers (IAMAW) to join their ranks. The un-organized workforce holding various positions throughout all Bombardier Aerospace sites in the greater Montreal area have had enough.

More and more office workers consider that they are not being treated fairly by Bombardier. Anger and frustration are currently at their highest and employees have decided to take their future in hand by joining the IAMAW to establish a climate of justice and respect in their relations with the employer. Continue reading

Our governments must act to stop our collective impoverishment

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Our governments must act to stop our collective impoverishment
 

The FTQ and its affiliates unanimously adopted two resolutions proposed by IAMAW to combat offshoring and abusive outsourcing practices with the goal of PROMPTING both levels of government to implement concrete measures that will protect jobs and defend the manufacturing sector.
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All efforts will be made In order to save the 454 jobs at Mondelez

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

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All efforts will be made In order to save the 454 jobs at Mondelez

Montreal, December 4th 2016- Representatives from the QFL, the IAMAW and the BCTGM have met this afternoon with Dominique Anglade Minister of economy, Science and Innovation and François Blais. Minister of employment the discussions focused on the options that are available to the different actors to encourage Mondelez to maintain activities in its plant in Montreal. Continue reading

I.A.M.A.W. statement :Quebec loses 454 good jobs at Mondelez

I.A.M.A.W. statement following the announced closure of the Mondelez plant in Montreal

Quebec loses 454 good jobs

This unexpected news struck the 454 Mondelez workers with full force. The I.A.M.A.W. has difficulty understanding the situation.

“We are officially in solution mode. We will soon sit down with the employer to evaluate the alternatives that are available to us”, explains Pierre Grenier, the Quebec I.A.M.A.W. Director who represents workers at Mondelez. We will work hard in the coming weeks to save jobs and find a solution that will benefit our members. ”

At this stage, the union places part of the blame on the Provincial Liberal gove Continue reading