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The IAM Organizers and your I.H.O.C. met today to plan the next step in the Union Organizing Drive. The meeting took place in Woodstock.
The IAM Organizers and your I.H.O.C. met today to plan the next step in the Union Organizing Drive. The meeting took place in Cambridge.
We hosted a live chat today with the Team Members of Toyota. Several people called in with questions ranging from unjust discipline to seniority issues, the next chat session is scheduled for Monday, June 7, 2010 from 12:00 to 4:00pm. If you have any questions and can’t wait till next week to have your question answered, please email or call one of our Organizers.
The In House Organizing Committee (I.H.O.C.) continues to grow and coordinate their activities and encourages all Team Members to join them in their efforts. If you are interested, email email@example.com
We have had some people contact us and ask why we never answered their email from the first part of this Union Organizing Drive (February 2009 until April 2010). We never received them. We investigated with our email provider and found that with the HIGH VOLUME of SPAM, a lot of emails were never received and our email server shut down sometime in April of this year. We have taken extra measures to ensure this won’t happen again. We apologize for this inconvenience and if you have sent a prior email and received no answer, please resend it.
We are in the process of contacting all I.H.O.C. (In-House Organizing Committee) members asking them if they are still committed to helping out with the Organizing of Toyota. You will receive an email today or tomorrow asking you to confirm this. The IAM doesn’t want to pressure anybody to help out. We are only here because your I.H.O.C. has asked us to help them. If you are not on the I.H.O.C. and would like to be, email firstname.lastname@example.org and he will add you to the list.
The Canadian Press – The Canadian Press, 2010 ( http://news.therecord.com/article/715252 )TORONTO – Campaigns by two different unions to organize Toyota Canada’s workers appear to be escalating. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers says it has received several requests for representation from Toyota workers. But the Canadian Auto Workers says it is also in talks with employees at the company’s two plants in southern Ontario. CAW organizing director John Aman says both unions have been working to organize the automaker’s Canadian workers for some time. But he says the decision is ultimately up to the workers. Toyota’s two plants in Cambridge and Woodstock employ about 6,500 people who are currently not represented by a union.