Auto Workers

For the first time since the Auto Worker’s 2014 attempt to organize the Chattanooga, Tenn. Volkswagen plant, the union held a representation vote in the South. And lost. Again. This time at Nissan’s plant in Canton, Miss. Despite receiving only 37% of the vote, many...
Labor Relations INK July 2017

Labor Relations INK July 2017

In this issue: Philly Building Trades Council Head Under Investigation Union Goats? Alt-Labor Sticky Fingers, Insight, Scoreboard, SEIU Watch and more… The bottom of each story contains a link to the individual post on our site. Labor Relations Insight by Phil Wilson...

Whistlin’ Dixie

Workers at Nissan Motor’s Mississippi plant will vote on whether or not they want union representation on August 3rd and 4th. So far, the Auto Workers have been unsuccessful in their attempts to organize auto factories in the South, with the most notable attempt being...
Labor Relations INK May 2017

Labor Relations INK May 2017

In this issue: Make It Go Away AFL-CIO Skews the Facts Union Money Shell Game Fight For $15 Insight, Scoreboard, Sticky Fingers and more… The bottom of each story contains a link to the individual post on our site. ********** Labor Relations Insight by Phil Wilson Can...
Auto Workers

Auto Workers

The Auto Workers would probably prefer the media spotlight wasn’t on them at the moment. First, new evidence has suggested the union did tamper with votes during the 2015 contract with Ford workers – specifically, with votes in Detroit, Michigan. Then, on the...