By  on July 23, 2014

WASHINGTON — Macy’s Inc. said Wednesday it is “disappointed” by a National Labor Relations Board decision that will allow a union to move forward with an organizing election involving employees in a cosmetics and fragrance department at one of its stores.

The NLRB decision has put retailers on edge and raised concerns that the ruling could pave the way for separate union bargaining units within stores, potentially fragmenting their business and hurting their ability to serve customers.

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