Employees at a number of Apple stores in the United States have decided to form a team

Employees at a number of Apple stores around the country have formed teams in order to fight for big profits and profits. On Wednesday, retail workers at an Apple Store in Atlanta became the first venue for Apple workers to file a petition with the National Labor Commission to hold a party election. According to the American Communications Workers, which will represent employees if they vote for a union, at least 70% of the 107 employees of the store have signed membership order cards.

The employee registration comes days after employees at Apple’s retail store in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal announced that they were even collecting signatures in a bid to unite and charge their employer for better working conditions overall. “Workers say they are facing low wages in a highly labor-intensive work environment that includes persistent exposure to COVID-19 and other challenges,” said CBS News technical reporter Dan Patterson.

Employees at Apple’s Grand Central Terminal location are demanding a minimum wage of $ 30 and better benefits. Currently, retail employees earn at least $ 20 per hour, an Apple spokesman said. Apple vendors also “want to advance in the same way or in a similar way as executives or people who work in offices at Apple,” Patterson said. “They say they are always treated as second class citizens, even though they work hard.”

An Apple Store can encourage the bunch. Voting in favor of a union at one store may encourage employees at other Apple stores to follow suit. In fact, employees at least three other Apple stores are planning similar movements, according to Patterson. “This is part of a larger culture that includes technology stores and companies like Starbucks and Amazon – where warehouse workers have all merged in recent months,” Patterson said.

Action by Apple employees can encourage employees in other companies, especially. Patterson said: “You have to think that this vote could have the potential not only for other Apple stores to unite, but also for the most part when it comes to technology and other retail outlets,” Patterson said. Apple store employees at the company’s Grand Central Terminal store have been signing membership order cards since February. “You’ve made pretty much progress at this point,” Patterson said. “Some people say it ‘s a good thing they voted to unite.”

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