Officials of the United Auto Workers union harshly criticized management at DaimlerChrysler AG’s Freightliner plant in Gastonia, NC, for reversing its “previously neutral stance toward a union vote.” Workers voted against UAW representation, 346 to 322. The UAW alleges Freightliner broke the law and neutrality protections when, in the final 48 hours before the vote, managers held meetings on company time and property to dissuade workers from voting for representation. The UAW says DC will ...

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