Atlanta Apple store workers say ‘intimidation’ has made a fair union vote impossible
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Atlanta Apple store workers say ‘intimidation’ has made a fair union vote impossible

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It claims the company intimidated workers. | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Workers at the Cumberland Mall Apple store will no longer hold a union election in June, according to a report from Bloomberg. The Communications Workers of America (or CWA), the union attempting to organize the store, says it withdrew the request to hold an election because “Apple’s repeated violations of the National Labor Relations Act have made a free and fair election impossible.”

The vote, which was scheduled to begin on June 2nd, would’ve been the first union election at a US Apple store had it gone through. Now, that title will go to a store in Maryland, barring that petition also being withdrawn. Workers at the Towson Town Center store are set to start voting in person on June 15th.

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