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27 Feb 2015

Nissan North America

Response from Nissan North America

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With regard to the mediation offer referenced in your letter, Nissan has declined to participate because long-established guidelines for bringing a union vote already exist as set forth by the  US National Labor Relations Board.  In Canton, there's never been sufficient interest to bring it to a vote, and Nissan workers have voted against UAW representation at our plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, twice.   Accordingly, with Nissan North America, Nissan Motor Co.'s headquarters in Japan respects our US-based employees' freedom to choose their own representation and the US government's process for overseeing this process.  Together, we informed our OECD National contact of that position....