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ANDERSON, Ind. – The union has won the board election battle at Madison County Federal Credit Union. Last year the credit union’s management and its 27 unionized employees of the Local Number 1 of the Office and Professional Employees Union had a bitter dispute over pay and benefits that eventually led to a strike. Just recently four union-supported candidates won seats on the board of the $50 million credit union. Jim Hensley, chief negotiator for the union said he believes the makeup of the new board should help the union and credit union resolve their contract differences. The two sides are currently in contract negotiations with the help of a mediator from the National Labor Relations Board. Cheryl Lohman, the credit union’s former manager whom the union blamed for the labor impasse, recently resigned.

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