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Auto Workers: Mercedes’ Law-Breaking Should Force Election Rerun
Posted On: Jun 11, 2024
June 11, 2024 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS | The United Auto Workers has formally asked the National Labor Relations Board to overturn their union’s election loss at the Mercedes-Benz auto factory in Vance, Ala., and order a rerun election. They contend company’s Labor law-breaking prejudiced the vote results. “Over 2,000 Mercedes workers voted yes to win their union after an unprecedented, illegal anti-union campaign waged against them by their employer,” UAW said. The unofficial final tally showed UAW losing to “no union,” 2042-2645 (44%-56%). The union filed the complaint with the NLRB the day after its loss at the “transplant,” one  of many foreign automakers’ plants deliberately located in the anti-union, worker-hostile South. Labor Tribune
 
 
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