Maryland: Apple Retail Employees Vote to Form a Union – IOTW Report

Maryland: Apple Retail Employees Vote to Form a Union

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Workers at an Apple store in Maryland have voted to unionise, forming the tech giant’s first retail union in the United States.

The employees of the shop in Towson passed the measure 65-33, with about a dozen abstentions. After the result came in, the group tweeted: “Now we celebrate… tomorrow we keep organising.” It is the third Apple store to launch a union drive this year, but the first to successfully hold a vote. More

6 Comments on Maryland: Apple Retail Employees Vote to Form a Union

  1. Voted for a union? Good for them. Now get your asses back to work! That slave-labor products won’t sell themselves. Or will they? Apple vending machines already exist.

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  2. Unionized service places have lousy service. If you weren’t happy with Apple’s service, you just wait…

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  3. How can one retail location unionize? Can’t they just shut it down and start a new one down the street?
    I work in Towson. It’s libtardia.

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  4. Unions: The head of a union local at a media company in my town also owned a business employing a few dozen employees. She adamantly refused to allow any sort of union organizing in her company. She did not want a Union interfering with how she ran her business.

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