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Uber’s conduct of tellurian operations resigns

Uber’s conduct of tellurian operations is a latest executive to step down during a uneasy ride-hailing company. Ryan Graves told staff in an email Thursday that he will transition out of his purpose as comparison vice-president of tellurian operations in mid-September. Graves will sojourn on Uber’s board. Graves was Uber’s …

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Unifor members occupy Milton plant that creates Boeing parts

Unifor members have assigned a Northstar Aerospace plant in Milton, Ont., halting prolongation in a criticism over workman pensions as a association prepares to close within dual months.  The plant currently produces gears and transmissions for Boeing. “At a finish of a day, this is a association that is shutting and a members …

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Nygard ignoring amicable shortcoming to Cambodian mantle workers: union

Winnipeg-based Nygard International has a shortcoming to assistance compensate separation to mantle workers who abruptly mislaid their jobs when a bureau they worked during in Cambodia was close down final year, Workers United says. Ryan Hayes, orator for Workers United Canada Council, pronounced Thursday 208 Cambodian mantle workers, mostly women, …

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