The Plymouth Cordage Company, the first to introduce an extensive corporate welfare program in Niagara, succeeded in keeping the UTWA out of its plant for all but one year until 1957.
Workers' support for the UTWA as their bargaining agent in 1948-49 at Plymouth Cordage suggests that despite the company's elaborate welfare policies, many workers were not convinced that the employer was committed to serving their interests.
After being unjustly thrown out of the UTWA
, she stayed in Montreal, trying to regain some UTWA
locals for the new union, the CTCU.
For the firmly entrenched UTWA
, organization of workers in these mills represented its greatest success in the South -- its showcase southern union.
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