Bank Workers Unionize for the First Time in 40 Years
“It’s very rare for workers in the financial industry to unionize,” Christina McAlvey, one of the newly unionized workers and a loan underwriter at a Beneficial State Bank branch in Portland, Oregon, told Motherboard. “But one of the reasons I wanted to unionize was because it’s a way for us to have a louder voice. If we have everyone at the table, we have a better chance to tell management what we want and why we want and that makes this a better place to bank.”
WSJ: "Workers at two Wells Fargo branches are expected to hold elections to decide whether to unionize"
Calling all Wells Fargo workers! Your National General Membership Meeting is coming up on November 16th