What would your company do if faced with a union organizing drive like WestJet? WestJet has been targeted by CUPE to sign up its 2800 or so flight attendants to the union. It is understandable that the union is going after WestJet at this time. With its recent growth and upcoming changes the company is more vulnerable than it was in its roots as a more local, smaller and “family of owners” incarnation. This union organizing drive will be closely watched by union supporters, companies and politic.
"Employees are not like tissues to be used up and then thrown out at a whim into a bin of low-level employment or unemployment." The arbitrator in a recent case concluded that the Greater Toronto Airports Authority's conduct in terminating a disabled employee was a violation of its collective agreement...
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