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Phil Cited on Volkswagen's Challenge to

whtc-logoThe Auto Workers are leading a charge to allow unions to organize small groups of workers within companies. Volkswagen has bore the brunt of this very controversial strategy.

WHTC in Michigan reached out to Phil for comment. Click here to dive in.

INK May 10, 2012

In this issue:

Union Bailout Update Bill Would Permit Merit Pay in Union Shops Machinists Striking Once a Member Always a Member Labor Relations Insight, Sticky Fingers and more…

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Labor Relations Insight by Phillip Wilson

 

What have we learned in the first week of the “ambush election” rules?

There are two questions I’ve been asked a lot over the last couple of months, and especially in the last week:

Will petitions increase after the new “ambush election” rules go into effect? How far will election times decrease under the new “ambush election” rules?

Here’s what we’ve seen in the first 8 days under the new

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