US: Gallo faces labour charges
E&J Gallo's Sonoma winery has been accused of forcing its workers to quit the United Farm Workers Union (UFW) in a complaint filed this week by California's Agricultural Labor Relations Board. The complaint will at least delay the elimination of union labour at the wine producer, whose workers recently voted on a proposal to decertify the UFW. The ballots from the vote will remain locked in a vault and will not be counted until the charges against Gallo can be resolved.
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