October 17, 2014 Unifor submission to the Ontario Labour Relations Board This is to advise our Navistar membership that he corporation once again has failed miserably to address the key issues. Sales Engineer: Rogelio Treviño, +52 81 8154-2038, Bio: Rogello brings to customers more than 12 years of experience in implementation of special equipment applications and emerging technologies. Andy had begun to gather data on the interior trim supply problem and he got the crucial reasons As a key supplier for Navistar, Trimco provided 420,000 parts annually to Navistar. Plants have also been cut in the United States and production shifted to other parts of the world. National President Jerry Dias and National Secretary Treasurer Peter Kennedy have provided continued support. The company pledged to build at least 30 trucks a day at the plant through July.
This plant produces a full line of diesel engines ranging from 95 to 275 horsepower for use by original equipment manufacturers in Brazil and Argentina and exports a 7. That law suit was dismissed by a Motions Judge last year. After that, the minimum volume will increase to 50 trucks day until the contract expires in October 2014. To read the letter that outlines a technical provision that in essence is due to a provision within the act whereby there must be a certain level of members at the tribunal, please click. Once the evidence has been transcribed, the company has 60 days within which to prepare and file its written material with respect to its appeal.
The hearing dates are as follows. Case Study 1: Prelude To A Medical Error 1. The bargaining committees at local 35 and local 127 are Cathy Baker-Wiebenga, Doug Wright and Joe Lucier. This became another critical issue that had to be dealt with. Case Study 1 Incredible Shrinking Potato Chip Package Topic: Cost vs. The reasons themselves are very concise. Offer your opinion on what actions should be taken.
We have attempted to get the approximate date that Navistar intends to mail the Option forms out to include in this note but we have not been notified of this information as of this date. Severance Pay The matter of severance pay, including entitlement of workers who will receive statutory improvements under the Pensions Benefit Act as a result of the partial wind up, and related closure issues, remains outstanding. This statement could suggest that he has a managerial role in the company, which would therefor mean that he is skilled…. Navistar has been building heavy-duty trucks at non-union plants in Garland, Texas, and Escobedo, Mexico, since idling production last year at a Chatham, Ont. The three-member tribunal heard the appeal over. His next role was Chief Engineer for all Severe Service products at the Lisle headquarters, prior to moving back to the Dallas area in early 2014. I have made up some names for this case study but the incident is real.
The Local and National Union leadership representatives are considering together the next steps, as we continue to strive to bring a fair and reasonable resolution to all of the outstanding closure issues which pertain to the membership. Update March 2, 2016 Below you will find two documents that deal specifically with pension matters Morneau and Navistar have requested and extension to the deadline dealing with the partial windup of the plan. Navistar and Morneau Shepell have notified us that there are approximately 140+ members who have not mailed in their information to Morneau Shepell. There have been a significant amount of challenges to deal with. In a decision released Friday, the Divisional Court of Ontario dismissed an. Below you will find an overview of this difficult fight. The significant improvements attained are directly due to the unwavering commitment of the top leadership of the union including: President Jerry Dias, National Secretary Treasurer Robert Orr and the National Executive Board.
In addition, the national officers President, Jerry Dias and Secretary Treasurer, Peter Kennedy continue to fully support all the actions that we are taking to assist the membership. We will continue to update this website with the latest information. The notice of hearing may be viewed by clicking. In addition, below you will find a timeline for payment of the severance monies for Navistar workers. We want to thanks our members for their support and patience as we work our way through these important issues.
Doug Wright, a spray painter who worked at the plant for 23 years, says it was a significant force within the community. We appreciate the significant amount of frustration from Navistar workers. Thomas council tonight voted in favour of re-opening the gates to Athletic Park over the winter. There will be further written submissions filed by the parties over the next two months or so and then the Court of Appeal will let the parties know if the Company has permission to appeal. The end has finally come.
We have consistently demanded that the corporation provide enhanced severance above the law. According to our Legal Counsel we are looking at about 2 days of Arbitration so we will move this along as quickly as possible. Rick MacLean, president of Unifor Local 127, said the phones are ringing off the hook at the office following the Feb. December 22, 2016 Update on arbitration process and pension issues Below you will find information on both the above matters, as you know we have experienced significant delays, directly due to the corporations refusal to treat Navistar workers with dignity and respect. Executive Summary Navistar was a worldwide leader in the manufacturing medium and heavy trucks for 17 consecutive years in the North American market. Updates will be provided on this site.