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Sat Feb 8, 2014, 10:46 PM

VW officials defend company actions over Chattanooga election [View all]

Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press

Volkswagen officials in Chattanooga today defended the company’s call for an election, saying the potential for setting up a works council labor board is a part of a proven business model.

“The Volkswagen Group is proud of its record of cooperation and co-determination between employees, management and the communities in which we live and work. Our works councils are key to our success and productivity,” said Frank Fischer, chief executive of VW’s Chattanooga operations, in a statement. “Our plant in Chattanooga has the opportunity to create a uniquely American works council, in which the company would be able to work cooperatively with our employees and ultimately their union representatives, if the employees decide they wish to be represented by a union.”


But, some anti-union VW plant workers have complained they feel the company is colluding with the UAW to steer the election results in the union’s favor. They have said, for example, they’ve been denied the opportunity to address groups of workers at the plant, which the UAW has been able to do.

Read more: http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2014/feb/08/vw-officials-defend-company-actions-over-chattanoo/

I've never heard someone complain that the corporation is conspiring with the union to try and force the union on them. Right wingers are so crazy. They are. They are just nuts.

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