-[woman 1] Is the company paying you? -[man 1] Yes.
Didn't I say that? I usually say that in every meeting.
-[man 3] No. -[woman 1] No, you didn't say that yet.
[man 1] Well, the reality is, they pay me to consult with you here--
[woman 2] They pay you to talk to us?
[man 1] They pay me. They don't pay me enough to stand up here and lie to you.
-[woman chuckles] -[man 1] Okay?
He says that he was being impartial, but he wasn't.
The UAW is free to use everywhere else in the world.
If they want to pay our-- pay our workforce
to sit through a presentation, to listen to the pitch,
that's their right.
But while they're on our clock, it's our message.
[Bobby] They spent a lot of money to bring these people in here
to make sure that every employee
goes through this session,
not once, but twice, maybe three times.
They have people walking around there with patches and stickers on
that's saying: "Vote no.
You still have a voice."
Now, my question to them people are:
What voice do you have?
When have you ever had a voice?
[Cynthia] Ever since they started this job, it's been a two-man job.
When they put me out here on it,
they decided they wanted it to be a one-person job.
When I went to talk to HR, I told them they were targeting me.
Put me on a job to set me up to write me up for performance issues
[Jill] I got the phone call from Fuyao
that they had fired me.
I really truly feel like-- that they targeted me.
I was on the news, I was at the city council meetings.
It's been a pretty sad...
-[protesters chanting indistinctly] -This sinking feeling of...
"I don't have a job."
I mean, I'm a good worker.
Should I have gotten so involved?
Put my whole life into it?
[Dave] Here's old Fuyao.
Can't spell Fuyao without F-U.
When I was at Fuyao, I didn't think we needed a union.
Move forward to today, you have no voice, you have...
From what I'm told, there really isn't an American with authority
that they can talk to.
I think these employees need something.
[in Chinese] I think I need to make only two more trips this year,
if you achieve what you planned.
Why do I need to come here? It's not convenient for me. Right?
You think I like to come to America every month?
[chuckles] It's tiring.
Is the union making any noise?
Better than it was before.
Recently, we fired a lot of union supporters.
We have tried different ways. It's worked out.
-[Cao] Uh... -[man] A lot of active ones left--
[Cao] Then you guys should hire more excellent people.
This is the culture I want for our company.
-[John] Mmm. -Then we will have a good atmosphere here.
A lot of things here in the US are different from China.
Well, we've invested here already. It's just not working that well.
-[people chuckling] -[low murmuring]
-[protesters shouting] -[horns honking]
-Fired up, ready to vote. -Ready to win!
-Ready to vote. -Ready to win.
-Ready to win! -There you go.
-You ready to win. -[man] All right, girl!
[woman] Fired up, ready to win!
[reporter] These are actually people from the United Auto Workers Union,
and they're out here demonstrating, trying to encourage Fuyao employees
Fuyao released a statement earlier
saying that they believe the United Workers Union is corrupted
and they hope that the workers vote "no."
More than 1,500 workers are expected... [voice fading]
[Wong in Chinese] We all have a psychological shadow.
Fuyao doesn't want to be controlled by the union.
As the Chinese saying goes,
"One mountain cannot hold two tigers."
[reporter] Voting just ended an hour ago.
Now the National Labor Relations Board is counting those votes inside the plant
with both Fuyao and UAW watching... [voice fading]
[woman in Chinese] We won by a landslide.