FreshDirect supervisors threaten pro-union employees with out-of-state move

July 29, 2010: The grocery delivery company FreshDirect is being accused of playing a high-stakes game of chicken with employees trying to organize a union.

Supervisors at the Long Island City, Queens, warehouse are threatening that the company will leave the city if workers vote to unionize.

Click here to read more at NY Daily News.


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