GM workers in Mexico vote to scrap union contract
© Reuters. The General Motors plant is seen as its workers are to vote on whether to reject or keep the collective bargaining agreement, marking the first major test of labor rules under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), in Silao, Mexico August 17,
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Unionized workers at a General Motors (NYSE:) pickup plant in the Mexican city of Silao have voted to reject their collective contract, the Labor Ministry said on Thursday.
Of 5,876 people who cast ballots in the Tuesday-Wednesday vote carried out under the rules of the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), 3,214 employees voted to reject the bargaining agreement while 2,623 people voted to keep it.
The winning “no” vote opens the door https://www.reuters.com/business/sustainable-business/gm-workers-historic-vote-mexico-tests-new-trade-deal-2021-08-17 for workers to bring in new representation.
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