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Companies Are Using Employee Survey Data to Predict — and Squash — Union Organizing

Employee survey platforms allow employers to sort groups of employees by the departments, locations, and demographics most likely to unionize

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In April, Business Insider reported that Whole Foods kept tabs on stores likely to…




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