March 3, 2017

IAM Hospitality Sector grows again!

Friday March 3, 2017 For Immediate Release Mississauga, ON – Tired of scheduling problems and favouritism, employees at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Mississauga have joined the IAM. “Scheduling, respect for seniority and continual favouritism by management were the key issues in this organizing drive,” explained IAM District Lodge 78 Organized Roy Bhansingh. “These workers saw the improvements the IAM has won for workers at the Courtyard by Marriott

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Join the campaign to change Ontario’s outdated labour laws to make it fair for everyone!

The next few months will make a big difference to Ontario workers. Ontario is reviewing its labour and employment laws, with recommendations expected soon. If we want MPPs to support decent work in Ontario we need to tell them what workers need, and we need to tell them now. MPPs need to know that it must be easier for workers to join and keep a union, and how to set

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A New Face to meet the Challenges

Toronto, ON – He has been a fixture of sorts at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport since graduating from Centennial College as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician in 1987. Through the grapevine David Freeman heard Wardair was hiring and his first job started him on his career. “I liked the idea that it was a family-run business, loved it there, no regrets,” he explains. “I gained a wealth of extensive experience doing

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