Posted by & filed under Chapter 7 - Defining and Commencing Collective Bargaining, Chapter 8 - The Collective Bargaining Process, Chapter 9 - Strikes and Lockouts, Compensation & Benefits, Conflict, Decision Making, Global Management, Management, Negotiation, Operations Management, Planning, Social Responsibility.

Description: The union representing workers at General Motors’¬†Oshawa assembly plant on Friday called on Canadians to boycott any of the automaker’s vehicles manufactured in Mexico.

Source: CBC.ca

Date: Jan 25, 2019

Link: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/oshawa-unifor-gm-plant-boycott-mexico-1.4992989

Questions for discussion:

  • Do you think this union strategy will have any positive results or cause GM to respond in some way?
  • What are some possible consequences of the boycott effort?
  • What would you advise the union and the general public that support the union position?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *