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[PDF] Derrick Johnson & Lance Compa rejoinder to Nissan response

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Nissan to respond. Nissan referred us to its previous statement of 11 Oct provided below] [D]espite calling them “false allegations,” Nissan does not identify any factual error in our report...To be consistent with its global commitments and responsibilities, Nissan should halt its anti-union campaign filled with implicit threats that workers at the Canton, Mississippi factory will lose their jobs if they choose union representation. Instead, consistent with the report’s recommendations, Nissan and the UAW should jointly create conditions for workers to make a choice on trade union representation in an atmosphere free of the fear and intimidation that management has instilled up to now.

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