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Apple Is Union-Busting In NYC, Labor Group Alleges

Employees assist customers at the Apple flagship store in New York.

Employees assist customers at the Apple flagship store in New York.

Photographer: Gabby Jones/Bloomberg
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Apple Inc. violated federal labor law by interrogating staff, restricting the posting of union fliers and requiring employees to attend mandatory anti-union speeches, the Communications Workers of America alleged in a Wednesday filing with the National Labor Relations Board.

The alleged conduct took place at Apple’s World Trade Center store in New York City, a CWA representative said.