Category: International News

BCTGM Joins IUF Unions Around the World in Week of Action to Defend Mondelēz Jobs

Posted by BCTGM - March 27, 2017 - International News, IUF, Mondelez IUFSolidarityCover

The BCTGM is among the IUF member unions around the world that will be engaging in a week of global trade union action this week, March 27-31, to signal our collective commitment to defending quality permanent employment against the destructive short-termism which is driving management at Mondelēz. In addition to the Nabisco brand in North America,  Mondelēz […]

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Global Alliance Puts Mondelēz International on Notice

Posted by BCTGM - January 7, 2016 - International News, IUF, Mondelez, Press

International Union of Food Workers Announces Solidarity in Support of United Effort to Protect Worker Rights KENSINGTON, Md., January 7, 2015 –The International Union of Food Workers (IUF) and its affiliates, representing 2.5 million workers in 126 countries, have affirmed their solidarity with Mondelēz International workers across the globe. IUF affiliates represent the vast majority […]

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Mondelēz International Turns its Back on Chicago Workers

Posted by BCTGM - July 29, 2015 - International News, Local Union News, Mondelez, Press

The BCTGM International was informed today by Mondelēz that the company had chosen to spend $130 million in new investment at its Salinas, Mexico plant, rather than at the historic Chicago facility, represented by BCTGM Local 300. As part of this investment, Mondelēz will install four new lines at its Mexico plant, replacing nine production […]

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BCTGM Among 60 Unions in Opposition to ‘Fast Tracking’ Trade Deals

Posted by BCTGM - March 3, 2015 - International News, Stop Fast Track, Uncategorized

The BCTGM is among 60 unions within and outside of the AFL-CIO that collectively signed a letter to Congress expressing opposition to Fast Track authority, which is used to advance unfair trade deals. The letter, which can be viewed by clicking here, demonstrates the unity between workers who have jobs that are directly impacted by bad […]

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Scannell Retires after Three Decades, Clark Assumes New Role

Posted by BCTGM - November 1, 2014 - Canadian Worker News, International News, Labor News, News for Stewards

After 34 years with the International Union, Ray Scannell, the Director of the BCTGM International Union Research & Education Department, will retire on November 1. Scannell came to the BCTGM not long after graduating with a Master’s degree in organizational behavior from the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University […]

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