The Transport Workers Union said it filed documents with the US National Mediation Board on behalf of Continental Airlines' 8,000 nonunionized fleet service workers seeking to provide representation for them. CO's pilots, mechanics, flight attendants and dispatchers are unionized. Ground service workers "know firsthand what happens when you go without a contract and representation," TWU President James Little said. "Over the past couple of years they've seen very deep cuts. In 2005, each ...

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