Report: VW split merge TN plant

“They will, they will not be” back and forth in United Auto worker courting Volkswagen Chattanooga plant is still in full swing, the Union, German and American managers and most importantly, employees try to figure out just what the future labour relations will be at the plant, which sits in the State the right to work.

The drama of the proceedings left the plant workers, fractures, with the Union claiming that more than half of all workers for unionization, and the 600-strong petition is distributed opposition, the United Auto Workers. There is now a hourly plant employees 1,567 Chattanooga, which currently builds the Passat sedan, and the plant is being considered for future crossover of three rows.

American executives, meanwhile, are for organizing officers, similar to what is used in the German VW. Volkswagen’s Board of Directors, however, recognizes the political predicament, it is in the factory, where the wrong move can hurt relationships with politicians and investors, according to Automotive News. We’ve seen responses Chattanooga unionization with Sen. Bob Corker, after all. German leadership pushing for a secret by workers, as a means of protecting the VW brand.

UAW, for its part, is pushing for a voluntary Union recognition by Volkswagen, although based on past alleged practices, is not clear if the UAW worker is legally support claims. As always we will continue after this one. source: Automotive News-sub. req.

Image credit: Erik Schelzig AP

Category: Government, wynajęć/firing/layoffs, manufacturing plants, Volkswagen

Tags: 2013, vw passat, chattanooga, chattanooga, tennessee, uaw, unions, employees, United States auto, vw, vw chattanooga, vw passat, vw tennessee

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