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Sega has been hit with an Unfair Labor Practice charge.

According to the charge, Sega of America apparently shared a proposal with the Sega union’s bargaining committee that said the company would be phasing out all temporary employees, a group that represents about 40 percent of the bargaining unit — then, Sega announced the proposal to the entire company.

“We believe this is a clear case of bad faith bargaining,” the CWA, which represents the Sega union, said in the charge.