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|Monday, January 23, 2012|
Dosha Salon Spas owner Ray Motameni was named "Scrooge of the Year" by union workers.
The award is given annually by Portland Jobs with Justice to an individual or corporation that does "the most harm to working families in our community," according to the Jobs with Justice website. The winner is decided by the votes of Oregon's unionized employees.
More than 800 union employees across Oregon have signed a petition asking Ray Motameni, owner of Dosha Salon Spas, to negotiate and settle a contract with the spas' employees nearly a year after they formed a union.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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