Bloomberg Law
May 17, 2022, 9:11 PM

Apple Store Workers File Complaint Over Anti-Union Meetings

Ian Kullgren
Ian Kullgren

Apple Inc. store workers in Atlanta have filed a complaint with the federal labor board over the company’s alleged use of mandatory anti-union meetings ahead of an election next month.

The unfair labor practice charge, filed by the Communications Workers of America to the National Labor Relations Board Tuesday, says that Apple has been holding “captive audience” meetings about the union election set to begin June 2.

The complaint presents an opportunity for Jennifer Abruzzo, the Biden-nominated NLRB general counsel, to make good on a pledge to outlaw mandatory anti-union meetings. Such meetings are frequently used by employers to persuade ...

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