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by News on November 15, 2011

in Union Politics and Transparency


Their employer has nearly $1 billion in the bank, owns a golf resort, and is a major shareholder of not one but two U.S. auto companies. Given that, one would think their employer wouldn’t treat its employees like the very corporations their bosses often do battle with. However, since 2009, the union workers have been subjected to cut backs and are now facing even more layoffs.

No, the workers don’t work at some Wall Street bank. They work for the United Auto Workers and, according to the Detroit News, they trying to fight back against their union bosses’ draconian heavy-handedness.


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