Give workers a choice whether to join a union or not and let the chips fall as they may. Right to work states make all the sense in the world. Just ask the workers at Boeing.
Reuters (via Fox Business) reports on the rejection of unionization at Boeing’s South Carolina plant:
Boeing handily defeated a union drive by workers at the company’s aircraft factory in South Carolina on Wednesday, as almost three-quarters of workers at the plant who voted rejected union representation.
The secret ballot vote, conducted by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) at polling locations throughout the North Charleston plant, was the first for Boeing and a high-profile test for organized labor in the nation’s most strongly anti-union state.
The NLRB said 74 percent of the 2,828 workers who cast ballots voted against joining the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM).
“We will continue to move forward as one team,” Joan Robinson-Berry, vice president in charge of Boeing South Carolina, said in the post.
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Employees at Boeing’s South Carolina plant reject union
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