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The labor union that represents more than 450 employees at CUNA Mutual Group warned there could be a “potential disruption of financial services” for the insurance and investment firm’s customers because of a labor contract dispute that has been simmering for months.

But the Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) Local 39 did not say whether that means a work strike is likely if contract negotiations fail to yield a new labor agreement with the Madison, Wis.-based CUNA Mutual Group. Both sides began bargaining talks last February before the union’s contract expired on March 31.

Peter Strozniak


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