5:38 am January 27, 2011, by Henry Unger
Delta and labor unions seeking to organize the carrier’s workers have shifted their clash from on-the-ground campaigns to voluminous legal filings, AJC staffer Kelly Yamanouchi reports.
Unions for flight attendants and ground workers failed to win enough votes to represent Delta employees last year. So now the National Mediation Board is weighing the unions’ appeals for re-votes on grounds that the company illegally interfered in the elections, Yamanouchi writes.
Both sides have now laid out their initial claims in legal filings, and each accuses the other of inappropriate behavior during the campaigns.
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