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It was a close vote when service workers at St. Charles voted to unionize last year, and now they're going to have another vote. This time workers will vote whether to get rid of the union, since they've been unable to reach a contract with the hospital during the past year. Kerry Hayes is a cook at the hospital and has worked there for ten years. He filed the paperwork to take the decertification vote, since last year's vote was so close.  “It still comes down to only seven votes difference out of 600 cast and almost 100 didn't vote at all. I think there's a big question there.” The signatures on the petitions for decertification have been verified and so the vote will be held in the next three weeks.

 

 

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