WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board has ruled in favor of the Neiman Marcus Group Inc.’s Bergdorf Goodman in a case involving a union trying to organize two separate shoe departments within its women’s store in Manhattan.
The NLRB said in its decision that the petition brought by the Retail, Wholesale Department Store Union to organize a salon shoe department on the second floor of the Bergdorf store and a contemporary shoe department located on the fifth floor did not represent an “appropriate [bargaining] unit” because it “lacked a community of interest.”
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