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Oct. 4, 2022, 8:29 PM

Apple Discriminated Against Pro-Union Staff, NLRB Alleges (3)

Josh Eidelson
Josh Eidelson
Bloomberg News

The US National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint against Apple Inc. accusing it of illegally interrogating and discriminating against employees at a New York City store, ratcheting up pressure on a company that’s increasingly become the target of labor organizers.

In a filing, the agency accused Apple of “prohibiting the placement of union flyers on the break room table while permitting nonunion solicitations and distributions,” NLRB spokesperson Kayla Blado said in an email Tuesday. The complaint said the company discriminated against workers by only enforcing its “no solicitation” policy against staff who supported a union, according to the NLRB. ...

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