An ‘Overwhelming Majority’ Of Staff At The New York City Civil Liberties Union ‘Seek Voluntary Recognition To Form A Union’
(NEW YORK CITY) - An overwhelming majority of Staff at the New York City Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) has announced they are seeking voluntary recognition to form a Union at the NYCLU with the National Organization of Legal Services Workers/United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 2320.
"NYCLU Staff are proud to join the growing movement of Non-Profit Workers to Unionize to create sustainable and equitable workplaces where all Employees can thrive," the Union said in a statement. "We hope to move quickly through the process to do so."
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