The UAW and Volkswagen have already forged a high level of cooperation even before workers at the company’s Chattanooga, Tenn.
, plant begin voting Wednesday on whether they want union representation.
Volkswagen has accepted the union’s “principles for fair union elections” that UAW President Bob King began discussing in 2010.
“Volkswagen may be one of the few employers — if not the first — that has ever explicitly agreed to those principles,” said Gary Klotz, a labor attorney with the Detroit firm of Butzel Long. “It’s almost a dream world for the UAW.”Read Article