Posted by Margaret Mire on Tuesday, February 24th, 2015 at 3:40 pm -
Roy Exum’s recent Chattanoogan.com column highlights the latest chapter of the United Auto Workers (UAW) at the NTN-Bower Corporation in Hamilton, Alabama. After a series of elections – all of which were declared invalid – the workers there were finally able to decertify the UAW from their workplace.
In his column, Exum notes that other auto plant workers in the south should be alarmed at the UAW’s desperation to stay in Hamilton. The union is frantically trying “to organize before this summer’s pivotal meetings with the ‘Big Three’ automakers in Detroit.”