WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board ruled the insurgent Workers United is the bargaining agent in contracts with five employers that filed petitions seeking to resolve the union’s dispute with UNITE HERE over representing thousands of workers.
The government action is one phase in the broader dispute between the two unions, which have been embroiled in a power struggle since Bruce Raynor, former general president of UNITE HERE, led the move to break up that union and helped form Workers United, of which he is now the president.
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