Title

Workers at St. Joseph's Manor in Portland voted 151-29 against joining Teamsters

Authors

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

4-14-1994

Pages

5

Abstract

Workers at St. Joseph's Manor in Portland voted 151-29 against joining Teamsters Local 340. Union officials claim the Catholic Diocese, which runs the nursing home, hired anti-union lawyers to persuade workers to vote against unionizing, but Ron Tardif, administrator of the home, said lawyer Peter Bennett was hired only to educate the staff about the Teamsters.

Subjects

Labor unions -- Portland, Nursing homes -- Portland, St Joseph's Manor -- Portland

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