Kohler workers vote to strike​

The strike is the first at the company since 1983.

An estimated 1,800 United Auto Workers union members voted 94 percent to vote down a proposal from Kohler Co.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that workers cited multiple problems with the company’s offer, including an inadequate pay increase, higher insurance costs and the continuation of a two-tier pay wage system.

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