Today in Labor History
Today in labor history:  August 15, 2008:  Eight automotive department employees at a Wal-Mart in Gatineau, Quebec, win an arbitrator-imposed contract after voting for UFCW representation, becoming the giant retailer’s only location in North America with a collective bargaining agreement.  Two months later the company closed the department.

Today in labor history:  August 15, 2008:  Eight automotive department employees at a Wal-Mart in Gatineau, Quebec, win an arbitrator-imposed contract after voting for UFCW representation, becoming the giant retailer’s only location in North America with a collective bargaining agreement.  Two months later the company closed the department.

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