Rio Tinto Alcan, Alma union in deadlock
Apr 30, 2012 | 04:56 PM
| Suzy Waite
NEW YORK Rio Tinto Alcan and the union representing workers at its Alma smelter in Quebec are in a deadlock, with no meetings on the horizon nearly four months after the company locked out workers.
The Montreal-based aluminum producer and the Syndicat des Travailleurs de lAluminium dAlma, part of the United Steelworkers union, met with a federal mediator four times in March (AMM, April 4), the first meetings since Alcan locked out some 755 plant workers on Jan. 1 (AMM, Jan. 25). ....
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