Earlier today, the bargaining unit aiming to unionize at SHoP Architects suddenly pulled its petition to organize from the National Labor Relation Board. In a statement posted to Instagram, the group of employees, formally known as Architectural Workers United (AWU), claimed that “a powerful anti-union campaign” had eroded the support it had built up over the past year.
“At this time, after internal meetings and messaging from leadership, a number of SHoP employees have expressed a preference for an alternative way to address the issues that have been brought to light,” the statement read. “We do not yet know what that will look like,
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