Windsor Assembly cancels day shift for Wednesday
Employees at Stellantis’ Windsor Assembly Plant are being asked not to come to work Wednesday.
Unifor Local 444, which represents hourly workers at the plant, announced via Twitter Tuesday afternoon that the automaker has cancelled the day shift at the plant. It was not immediately known if production will resume following the day shift.
Affected employees were notified via robocall.
The company has informed the Union that the Windsor Assembly *Day shift has been cancelled for Wednesday , November 23.
Take direction from your supervisor.
🚨 Anyone who did not receive a robocall must report to work🚨 pic.twitter.com/HAJ9TSgxSU
— Local 444 Unifor (@LOCAL444UNIFOR) November 22, 2022
The union has directed employees to take direction from their immediate supervisors, and anyone who did not receive a robocall is expected to report to work as usual Wednesday.
“Stellantis continues to work closely with our suppliers to mitigate the manufacturing impacts caused by the various supply chain issues facing our industry,” said Stellantis Canada spokesperson Lou Ann Gosselin in an email to WindsorNewsToday.ca. “As the situation continues to be very fluid, we are making production adjustments as necessary to minimize additional production impact.”