Google Fiber workers set for union vote in March [telecom]

By Diana Goovaerts

A group of Google Fiber workers in Missouri will vote next month on whether to join the Alphabet Workers Union (AWU), a division of the Communication Workers of America (CWA), the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced Thursday.

In a notice of election, the NLRB said ballots will be mailed to employees on March 4, who will have until March 24 to return them. The votes will then be comingled and counted at 2 pm on Friday March 25 at the NLRB’s Subregional Office 17 in Overland Park, Kansas. The ballots will contain only one question, asking employees to decide whether they want to designate CWA as their representative for collective bargaining.

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