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Apple under fire from Congress over union-busting tactics


Apple Country Club Plaza, Kansas City

Members of Congress have taken note of Apple’s actions at unionizing stores, and have officially addressed the allegations that the company is chronically preventing its retail staff from organizing at multiple locations.

On Thursday, congresspeople Emanuel Cleaver II from Missouri and Sylvia Garcia from Texas penned a letter to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) expressing concern over Apple’s treatment of retail employees.

One worker at the store had been fired for being an average of one minute late for their shift, even though prior to unionization efforts, it was uncommon for workers to be terminated on such grounds.



This story originally appeared on Appleinsider

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