Longtime Strikers Get Say In Charter Union Dissolution Vote

By Braden Campbell (May 17, 2021, 7:06 PM EDT) -- Close to 500 striking workers in a long-running labor dispute with Charter Communications will have their ballots counted in a National Labor Relations Board decertification election, as a regional official decided several outstanding disputes over the 2019 vote.

NLRB Manhattan office head John Walsh said in a supplemental decision Friday that 481 strikers were eligible to vote on whether to dissolve their International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers unit because the company had not filled their roles at the time of the election, overruling Charter's objection to their taking part in the vote. Walsh previously said the strikers had been off the...

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