In a reminder of the difficulty of undertaking reduction-in-force projects in Latin America, a Brazilian union has blocked hundreds of layoffs at General Motors.
The Regional Labor Court found GM failed to bargain with the SindMetal union before laying off 839 workers at its Sao Jose dos Campos plant last month, in violation of a collective labour agreement (ACT) that temporarily suspended employment contracts for a set period due to economic uncertainty.
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