Company votes Union out
LOUDON, Tenn. (AP) -- More than 200 striking auto-parts workers voted to dissolve the local union and return to work at Maremont Exhaust Products, a company official said.
The vote on Friday to continue the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Local 2545 was 223 against it and 141 in favor, said Michael Moschel, the company's attorney.
Union members went on strike in February over significant increases in employee costs.(LINK)
Starting in February, those employees lost wages from the strike, the union bosses and mouthpieces draw their salaries non stop. Those workers will back to work in a week if the union does not protest. Lesson learned.