A Volkswagen logo adorns a sign outside a dealership for the German automaker located in the Sydney suburb of Artarmon, Australia, Oct. 3, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray/File Photo
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U.S. labor regulators have ordered Volkswagen to negotiate with maintenance workers at its plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee who voted to unionize, according to the United Automobile Workers.The UAW lost a plant-wide vote to unionize in 2014 and Volkswagen had refused to recognize the maintenance workers, saying they did not represent the plant's production workers.But in an Aug. 26 decision, the NLRB found that Volkswagen Group of America's refusal was an "unlawful failure" to bargain with a certified union and ordered the company begin negotiations with the maintenance workers.
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