“All of us must be involved in identifying and eliminating unsafe conditions and hazards in the workplace.”
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The “Free Trade” advocates are at it again. Twenty one years ago NAFTA was
enacted. NAFTA is blamed for destroying over a half a million American
manufacturing jobs and lowering U.S. wages. Unfortunately, American
manufacturers used NAFTA to threaten to move American jobs to lower-wage
countries that benefit from NAFTA if American workers negotiate too hard for
improvements in wages and benefits. Despite the best intentions of those who
draft and support “free trade” deals, these types of trade deals simply don’t
preserve or create American or Canadian jobs. Their main accomplishment is to
make it easier for firms to invest offshore and to increase corporate influence over
the global economy. American and Canadian workers do not benefit. ...
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on a new course as a multi-industry company. In 1961
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