The National Labor Relations Board recently certified the union election win for over 100 Apple store employees in Towson, Md. The Coalition of Organized Retail Employees (CORE) overwhelmingly voted to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) .

Here are some top press clips and social media posts from the historic organizing campaign to represent Towson, MD. Apple employees.

Top Press Clips:

READ: Apple Store workers approve union, the first in the U.S. (the Washington Post)

READ: Machinists Union’s Coalition of Organized Retail Employees Wins Historic Organizing Campaign to Represent Towson, Md. Apple Workers (IAM)

READ: Biden says he is proud of Apple workers who voted to join a union (Reuters)

READ: Apple would be unwise to fight ‘lopsided’ union vote, expert says (Yahoo Finance)

READ: Biden Says He’s ‘Proud’ of Apple Workers Voting to Unionize (Bloomberg)

READ: Apple Workers at Maryland Store Vote to Unionize, a First in the U.S. (The New York Times)

WATCH: Apple store employees in Towson become company’s first in US to unionize (WBAL)

READ: Apple workers at Maryland store vote 2-1 to organize (Associated Press)

READ: Maryland Apple store votes to unionize in first for company’s US locations (The Hill)

 

Social Media Highlights:

IAM-CORE members react to their union election victory

Nancy Pelosi tweeted her congratulations

CBS tweet video of CORE celebrating

IAM-CORE tweets about certification

Machinists Union tweets thanks to Biden

Machinists Union tweets Bloomberg article

Machinists Union tweets live video of CORE celebrating vote count

IAM-CORE tweets about winning vote

Machinist Union Facebook Status

 

Background:

WATCH: Why Apple Workers in Maryland are Organizing with the Machinists Union

READ: Maryland Apple Store Employees Move to Join the IAM

READ: Maryland Apple Store Employees File for Election to Join Machinists Union

 

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