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    • Follow-Up Report: NAO Submission #940003 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (1996-12-04)
      [Excerpt] The allegations raised in this submission relate to the denial of freedom of association and the right to organize at the maquiladora operations of the Sony Corporation, doing business as Magneticos de Mexico ...
    • Foreign Labor Trends: Mexico 

      U.S. Department of Labor (2002-01-01)
    • Public Report of Review of NAO Submission No. 2000-01 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (2001-04-06)
      [Excerpt] Submission No. 2000-01 was filed pursuant to the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC) on July 3, 2000, by Current and Former Workers at Auto Trim and Custom Trim/Breed Mexicana, Coalition for ...
    • Public Report of Review of NAO Submission No. 9701 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (1998-01-12)
      [Excerpt] U.S. NAO Submission No. 9701 was filed on May 16, 1996, by Human Rights Watch (HRW), the International Labor Rights Fund (ILRF), and the National Association of Democratic Lawyers (Asociación Nacional de Abogados ...
    • Public Report of Review of NAO Submission No. 9702 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (1998-04-28)
      [Excerpt] Submission No. 9702 raises issues of freedom of association and safety and health at a truck chassis welding/assembly facility in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, owned by Han Young de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. ...
    • Public Report of Review of NAO Submission No. 9703 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (1998-08-21)
      SUMMARY OF SUBMISSION AND ALLEGATIONS Submission No. 9703 raises issues of freedom of association at the ITAPSA plant beginning in 1996. According to the submitters, workers attempted to organize a union to address problems ...
    • Public Report of Review of NAO Submission No. 9901 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (2000-07-07)
      SUMMARY OF SUBMISSION Submission No. 9901 raises issues of freedom of association and protection of the right to organize, the right to bargain collectively, minimum employment standards, and occupational safety and health ...
    • Public Report of Review of Office of Trade and Labor Affairs Submission 2005-03 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (2007-08-31)
      SUMMARY OF THE SUBMISSION Submission 2005-03 alleges that the Government of Mexico failed to fulfill its obligation under Article 3 of the NAALC to effectively enforce its labor laws in connection with freedom of association ...
    • Public Report of Review: NAO Submission #940001 and NAO Submission #940002 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (1994-10-12)
      [Excerpt] On February 14, 1994, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (lBT) filed a submission with the NAO (Submission #940001) concerning allegations inyolving the operation of an employer in Chihuahua, Mexico. On ...
    • Public Report of Review: NAO Submission #940003 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (1995-04-11)
      [Excerpt] On August 16, 1994, Submission No. 940003 was filed with the U.S. NAO by four human rights and workers' rights organizations: the International Labor Rights Education and Research Fund (ILRERF) , the Asociacion ...
    • Public Report of Review: NAO Submission No. 9601 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (1997-01-27)
      [Excerpt] U.S. NAO Submission No. 9601 was filed on June 13, 1996, by Human Rights Watch/Americas (HRW), the International Labor Rights Fund (ILRF), and the National Association of Democratic Lawyers (Asociacion Nacional ...
    • Report of Review of U.S. NAO Submission No. 2003-01 

      Bureau of International Labor Affairs (2004-08-03)
      SUMMARY OF THE SUBMISSION The Submission raises issues concerning freedom of association and protection of the right to organize, the right to bargain collectively, occupational safety and health, and minimum employment ...