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Apple is union-busting in the city, labor group alleges

May 19, 2022

Bloomberg Apple violated federal labor law by interrogating staff, restricting the posting of union fliers and requiring employees to attend mandatory anti-union speeches, the Communications Workers of America alleged Wednesday in a filing with the National Labor Relations Board. The alleged conduct took place at Apple’s World Trade Center store, a CWA representative said. Asked about the filing, an Apple spokesperson reiterated a previous comment, saying the company deeply values the contributions of its retail employees. “We are pleased to offer very strong compensation and benefits for full-time and part-time employees, including health care, tuition reimbursement, new parental leave, paid family leave, annual stock grants and many other benefits,” Apple said in the statement. Related Article Apple Store employees working with several different national unions recently announced unionization efforts, extending a wave of retail and tech organizing that has included surprising victories at a Staten Island Amazon warehouse and dozens of Starbucks locations. Employees at Apple's Grand Central Station store have been working with the Service Employees International Union, according to their campaign website. Apple staff in Atlanta are slated to vote June 2 on joining the CWA. Employees in Maryland have petitioned for a vote to be represented by the International Association of Machinists. Tim Dubnau, CWA deputy organizing director, declined to say whether the union is seeking to represent the workers at Apple’s WTC store, but he said they are among many who have recently contacted the group. “When we learn about Apple violating the law, we try our best to defend workers’ rights,” Dubnau said. “It’s time for them to just back off and allow workers to choose for themselves whether or not they want a union.” The NLRB has held that companies can require employees to attend anti-union meetings, but the agency’s current general counsel, Jennifer Abruzzo, said she views such “captive audience” sessions as inherently coercive and illegal, and her office is pursuing cases that could change the precedent. “I understand that the argument is that, ‘We’ve been doing this for a long time,’” Abruzzo, appointed by President Joe Biden, said in an interview last week. “But that doesn’t mean it’s right. It doesn’t mean it’s lawful.” Sign up for the Daily Alert, a roundup of the day’s top headlines. Delivered to your inbox every weekday, Monday through Friday. Email Address

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