Target pharmacists have finally created the company’s first micro union since the retailer’s inception back in 1902. According to Reuters, the team of Target pharmacists and pharmacy technicians won an initial ballot to unionize. Despite this, Target claimed to be “disappointed” by the union’s successful ballot and will attempt to appeal the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)’s vote of 7-2. Molly Snyder, Target spokeswoman, told Reuters that the massive retailer is in the midst of selling its pharmacy to CVS Health Corp. “Because of the pending sale of the business, we don’t believe it was appropriate for the NLRB to ... Read More
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