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Workers from the Nissan Motor Company auto plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, met with UAW representatives to discuss about organizing at the Japanese automaker’s first U.

S. factory.

United Auto Workers is now actively trying to organize workers at two of Nissan’s plants, as talks with workers from Nissan’s Canton, Mississippi, plant have been initiated last spring. According to UAW officials, the two meetings took place on Tuesday in a hall owned by the town of Smyrna and included employees of Yates Services, the firm that hires workers for the plant who are paid less than Nissan workers.



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