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UAW Files Objections Against Mercedes Benz
Posted On: May 24, 2024
May 24, 2024 | LEGAL | As expected, following the United Auto Workers’ (UAW) surprising defeat last week at Mercedes Benz in Alabama, where 56% of Mercedes’ workers voted against unionizing, the UAW has filed objections to the election, accusing Mercedes management of “wanton lawlessness.” In its objection filing [attached to story], in addition to listing out more than a dozen allegations of wrongdoing, the UAW references the NLRB’s new Cemex standard, which allows the NLRB to force an employer to bargain with a union, even if a majority of employees vote against unionization. However, the UAW also refers to the NLRB setting an election aside and ordering a new election. Is it up to the UAW, or up to the NLRB? Labor Union News
 
 
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