Jennifer Abruzzo, head of NLRB, is constructing a pro-union legacy for Biden

Starbucks was compelled to rehire baristas after firing them throughout a union drive at a retailer in Memphis. Las Vegas laundry service Apex Linen was compelled to rehire staff it laid off concerned in union organizing. And Amazon could quickly be compelled to rehire a warehouse employee it fired in Staten Island who co-led the primary profitable union marketing campaign on the firm in U.S. historical past.

The lawyer who helped these staff get their jobs again this previous 12 months is Jennifer Abruzzo, 58, basic counsel for the Nationwide Labor Relations Board, the company tasked with defending staff’ rights

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