WASHINGTON — In the latest salvo in the battle between two factions of UNITE HERE, the union’s general executive board voted Friday to revoke the charters of the 15 joint boards that voted to disaffiliate, recover all property of the joint boards and take immediate legal action against their managers.
The general executive board, largely controlled by John Wilhelm, president of UNITE HERE’s hospitality division and head of the HERE faction, voted to move against the 15 joint boards that want to split up the union. Forty-two of the 63 members who were present approved the action, a HERE spokesman said.
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