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Apple’s unionized retail store in Towson, Maryland, files complaint with the National Labor Relations Boards

Apple’s unionized retail store in Towson, Maryland is filing a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board after it was excluded from some benefits, reports Bloomberg.

In October, Apple announced plans to offer employees additional funds for education and new health care features in some states. However, unionized employees at the Towson, Maryland Apple retail store won’t receive these benefits.

Towson workers must negotiate benefits with Apple through the union. As noted by MacRumors, Apple’s head of retail, Deirdre O’Brien, warned employees about such situations in anti-union messaging sent out in May.

In June Reuters reported that Apple won’t challenge the results of a vote by workers at its Towson, Maryland, store to join a labor union and intends to participate in the bargaining process “in good faith.”

In a June statement, David Sullivan, the union’s eastern territory vice president, said the members “look forward to bargaining with Apple and obtaining a strong first contract that makes positive changes for Apple workers and the customers they are proud to serve.”

Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today
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