The NLRB complaint alleges that Apple prevented workers from putting union flyers on the break room desk, despite allowing other calls and notices to be posted there. Blado also told The Verge that Apple “questioned its employees about their support for the union” and about joint activities related to wage discussions. The full text of the complaint has not yet been published.

If Apple doesn’t come to an agreement with the union, it will have to attend a hearing before the NLRB ALJ on December 13. Blado said the council’s district director wanted to force the company to issue notices informing workers of their rights (similar to what Amazon did last year) and provide executive training.

Apple has yet to respond to a request for comment on the complaint.

Source: Ferra

Previous articleOnePlus is preparing advanced earphones to compete with AirPods.
Next articleCanon to set up new lithography facility for the first time in 21 years


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here