Right now we share a bit of a local milestone and Friday collective bargaining progress as the end of this horrible, horrible work week . . .
Here are the basics . . .
"A Google Fiber location in Kansas City, MO voted to unionize under Alphabet’s Workers Union Friday, after votes were counted and approved by the U.S. Labor Board. The milestone vote represents the first location to unionize with bargaining rights under Alphabet’s nascent worker’s union, which formed a year ago. It comes after BDS leaders attempted to obstruct the worker’s unionizing attempts."
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Google Fiber contractors in Kansas City, Missouri voted to unionize Friday, becoming the first workers with bargaining rights under the Alphabet Workers Union. The group of 10 full-time workers are employed by BDS Connected Solutions through Alphabet and work in a retail store for Google Fiber, the project that provides high-speed internet access to 19 U.S.
Retail associates at a pair of Google Fiber stores in Kansas City, Missouri have voted to unionize Friday, becoming the first group represented by the Alphabet Workers Union (AWU) to gain collective bargaining rights and win National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recognition.
Gas prices have reached astronomical heights. Though the average dipped slightly to $4.24 per gallon for regular unleaded gas from its record high of $4.33, it is still around 70% higher than it was a year ago. Rising gas prices are generally tied to geopolitical events (i.e. Russia's invasion of Ukraine).
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