Worker Steve Tammert checks the quality of a cylinder head during the official opening of an extended engine plant of the German manufacturer Volkswagen (VW) Sachsen GmbH in Chemnitz, eastern Germany, Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013. The production of the three and four-cylinder petrol engines of the series EA 211 takes place at this location. Volkswagen invested 17 million Euros for the extended production line. In the roughly 23 years since Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH was founded in 1990, over 3.5 million Volkswagens and roughly 12 million Volkswagen engines have been built. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

How VW Workers Could Still Get A Voice After A Vote To Unionize Failed

On late Friday night, election results showed that the majority of workers at a Volkswagen (VW) plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee voted against joining the United Automobile Workers (UAW) union. The election was close, with 626 workers in favor and 712 opposed. But that doesn’t mean workers have lost the chance to organize and be heard at […]