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Apple store workers in St. Louis push back on union efforts, Bloomberg says

Apple retail workers pushed back on unionization efforts at a store in St. Louis, with staffers claiming they don’t want to be represented by the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers, a labor group that recently attempted to organize the location, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports, citing to a petition that workers are filing with the National Labor Relations Board. According to the petition, 66 of the store’s 90 workers have rejected the union, saying they "do not want to join the union and do not support the union in any manner," the author notes. Reference Link

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