US corporations are cracking down on unionization efforts as workers try to organize under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Read more“It’s a blatant anti-union letter,” said a Trader Joe’s employee in New Jersey who requested to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation.
The decision affects about 9,000 workers, including hospital workers at University Medical Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas.
Several other companies have been accused of opposing union organizing efforts among workers during the pandemic.