Union Launches New VW Election Push After NLRB Loss
Law360 (May 22, 2019, 9:59 PM EDT) -- The United Auto Workers asked the National Labor Relations Board again Wednesday to let workers at Volkswagen’s Tennessee plant vote to organize, hours after a split NLRB panel rejected an election petition the union filed last month.
Union supporters hold signs near the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. (AP) NLRB Chairman John Ring and member Marvin Kaplan had earlier said the board's certification bar doctrine, which protects recently certified unions from being unseated, blocks workers at the Chattanooga plant from voting to unionize with the UAW because a UAW local already represented a subset of their colleagues at the time the...
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