Union still faces difficult odds against Target

  • Article by: JIM SPENCER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 26, 2012 - 5:49 PM

A judge ordered a new vote after finding that the retailer used illegal tactics last year.

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youngwiseguyMay. 27, 1212:12 AM

Why is it evertime a union loses an election they sue because it was unfair. Never once have I read a story after they lose an election that they make these claims. Lets sue and maybe we can keep holding elections until we win. Do they ever think that it was fair and the employees don't want to be unionized?

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nonewtaxesMay. 27, 12 5:14 AM

When a union wins an election, it's great. When they lose by a wide margin, it's fraud? They lost. Get over it.

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reidMay. 27, 12 1:00 PM

Just what are the facts in the need for a union? Other than there will always be people who think that everything should be unionized, for whatever good that does except give them a power position and a salary outside of their regular work, there are many very good companies who are trying their best, during tough economic times, to keep people employed and as happy as they can be. This isn't utopia we're living in, and with the severe government regulations all businesses have to work under, the need for safety and protection that once was a union call is now gone. What were the issues at that store? Or was it just a place the union thought they could be successful in getting a toehold?

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