Comments for: Manufacturer pays off former employees to settle claims it tried to quash union activity

Posted Sept. 11, 2013, at 7:03 p.m.

WINSLOW, Maine — ALCOM Inc., a manufacturer of aluminum trailers for snowmobiles and other vehicles, has settled with five former employees who claimed they were fired for trying to form a union. According to the settlement, the company did not admit guilt, but agreed to pay each employee $17,000, according …

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