Nissan Motor Mfg. Corp.’s Smyrna, TN, assembly plant will hold a union organization vote Oct. 3. About 4,800 workers will decide whether to join the United Auto Workers union during balloting supervised by the National Labor Relations Board. This is the UAW’s fourth attempt at organizing Smyrna; the only other effort that went to the polls was in 1989 when the union lost by a 2-1 margin. Since the UAW asked for the vote Aug. 14, this campaign has had a different feel. Nissan appears to ...

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