UAW meets with Nissan Tennessee workers about organizing

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By Bernie Woodall Feb 27 (Reuters) - Workers from the Nissan Motor Co auto plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, met on Tuesday with United Auto Workers union representatives to discuss another organizing effort at the Japanese automaker's first U.S. factory. The UAW is now active in trying to organize workers at two Nissan plants. The UAW since last spring has been talking with workers at Nissan's other major U.S. assembly plant, in Canton, Mississippi, outside of ...

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