Nissan workers reject UAW in crucial vote
CANTON, MISS. -- In a setback to the effort to unionize auto factory workers in the South, workers at a Nissan plant in Canton, Miss., soundly rejected an offer to join the United Auto Workers for collective bargaining.
By a margin of 2,244 to 1,307, workers at the Nissan plant voted against the UAW.
The UAW injected some last-minute drama by filing a fresh set of unfair labor practice charges Friday against Nissan just as voting was drawing to a close, muddying the waters of a high-stakes union election.
The UAW filed seven separate allegations with the National Labor Relations Board... read more
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