Apple store workers at Grand Central Terminal start collecting signatures to form a union

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Organizers need approval from at least 30 percent of workers to hold a union election. | Photo by Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images

Retail Apple employees at a New York City store in Grand Central Terminal have started collecting signatures to form a union, according to a report from The Washington Post.

The organizers, who go by Fruit Stand Workers United, announced in an update on its website that they voted to affiliate themselves with the Workers United labor union on February 21st, 2022. Workers United is the same group backing recent unionization efforts at Starbucks stores across the country.

At least three other stores are reportedly working towards organizing

As noted by The Post, organizers at the Grand Central location are currently handing out signature cards so employees can express interest in forming a union. If at least 30 percent of workers sign off…

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