A.F.L. Web Workers Vote to Unionize
SEACAUCUS, NJ—Employees at A.F.L. Web Printing here voted to unionize by a 16-10 count, according to The Jersey Journal. The employees will join Local 1-L of the Graphic Communications Conference of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The chapter now represents 28 A.F.L. Web Printing employees, the paper said.
The union informed A.F.L. Web Printing in May that employees had created a collective bargaining committee. The employees have raised concerns about the length of work days and other working conditions.
In July, A.F.L. CEO Dennis Forchic resigned his post and was replaced on an interim basis by Robert Conway.