Union Demands Recount at Volkswagon Plant…Apparently They Think Only They Are Allowed to Intimidate Workers.
Since Unions take over business with intimidations and more often than not, violence, their rejection by Volkswagen employees is interpreted by them as proof that anti-Union forces have been using tactics only the Union is allowed to use.
The United Auto Workers on Friday challenged last week’s close vote by workers at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., that rejected the UAW’s bid to represent them.
In an appeal filed with the National Labor Relations Board, the union asked the federal labor agency to consider holding another vote at the plant, arguing that “interference by politicians and outside special interest groups” had swayed the election.
The union’s request, known as an objection to the election, could lead to a new election. The NLRB will review the UAW’s objections, a spokesman told The Wall Street Journal.
The appeal cited “a coordinated and widely-publicized coercive campaign” by politicians and outside groups to deprive Volkswagen workers of their right to join a union “free of coercion, intimidation, threats and interference,” The Journal reported.
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