Workers in all communities – in all parts of the U.S. and abroad – have a fundamental right to decide freely whether to have a union represent their interests.
In Japanese plants, Nissan management cooperates with unions. In France, Nissan’s partner Renault also works with unions. Nissan willingly works with unions in their own country and around the world, but discourages them in America. American workers deserve to have a voice, so they can have the same dignity and respect as their Japanese and French co-workers.