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SAN FRANCISCO -  A workers’ union of former Everlane employees says it is dropping charges of union busting held against the brand, as it’s “hard to prove” that the company targeted this group of remote workers when it made cut-backs in March.  

Since December of last year, Everlane’s ‘customer experience’ workers have been at loggerheads with the brand’s management over its attempts to thwart a workers’ union, which was incepted to dispute pay, benefits and work schedule.

With unionized workers amongst the hardest hit by dismissals amidst the pandemic, they had filed charges that this was pre-meditated and disguised by the virus outbreak; charges which have now been dropped having failed to gain momentum.

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