Johnson workers nix union representation

January 2007
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The article reports that Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies, a union shop for more than 40 years, is now officially union-free effective December 11, 2006. The U.S. National Labor Relations Board has certified and confirmed a decertification vote that occurred October 5, 2006. Almost two-thirds employees in Rice Lake, Wisconsin voted against having Teamsters continue as the collective bargaining representatives, thus creating a non-union shop.


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