According to what side of the table you're sitting on, the United Auto Workers union is a savior or satan. There are factions on both sides at Toyota's Georgetown, Ky. Plant, which is once again voting yea or nay for the introduction of the union. The UAW is trying hard to improve their image in the south, where almost every attempt to unionize foreign owned auto plants have been thwarted. The UAW is starting a "resource center" with the help of local Ford union members from the Louisville, Ky. plant to answer any questions or concerns Toyota employees may have. A majority of Toyota workers are happy having employee-managed retirement accounts and some of the highest paid employees in the industry without the union's help. UAW is hoping a vote will happen around springtime.
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