Nissan Rejects Government Offer for Mediation on Labor Rights in Mississippi

February 4, 2015

For years, working women and men at Nissan in Mississippi have sought a voice at work in the face of intimidation and threats, as this 2013 report outlines. Now the company has refused an offer by the U.S. government to provide mediation that could have resolved longstanding complaints about labor rights violations.

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