New Federal Employment Standards, What’s in Force and What is Not? -IAMAW Canada

Weak employment standards negatively impact worker health and safety, particularly as they relate to hours of work and the employment relationship.

Many provisions have yet to come into force, others have built in loopholes and many of these changes remain unaddressed.

The majority of Canada’s employment standards were developed in the 1960’s when workers were generally employed in full-time, permanent . . . → Read More: New Federal Employment Standards, What’s in Force and What is Not? -IAMAW Canada

GO VOTE!

Every one of us has the POWER to vote for a better Canada

Canadians turned out in record numbers for the advance polls over the long weekend. According to Elections Canada, an estimated 4.7 million voters cast ballots, that’s up 29 percent from the 2015 early polls!

Polls report that since Sept. 13, the NDP . . . → Read More: GO VOTE!

The “New Normal”: IAM Members Share their Experiences with Workplace Automation -IAMAW Canada

By Ivana Saula IAM Canadian Research Director

“People don’t realize how automated [our workplace is]”

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a new buzz word everyone has heard of; it has piqued our collective imaginations on what our world might look like with the availability of new technologies. It seems every day there’s a new breakthrough powered . . . → Read More: The “New Normal”: IAM Members Share their Experiences with Workplace Automation -IAMAW Canada

OFFICE CLOSURE -THANKSGIVING STATUTORY HOLIDAY -District 140 Bulletin #62

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS OFFICE CLOSURE THANKSGIVING STATUTORY HOLIDAY

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Please be advised that our District Lodge 140 offices will be closed on Monday, October 14, 2019 in observance of the Thanksgiving Statutory Holiday.

In Solidarity,

Fred Hospes President & Directing General Chairperson Transportation District 140, IAMAW

BULLETIN NO. 062 – ISSUED . . . → Read More: OFFICE CLOSURE -THANKSGIVING STATUTORY HOLIDAY -District 140 Bulletin #62