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Thread: REI anti union activities

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    Gorham NH

    REI anti union activities

    An opinion piece about REIs tactics to prevent employees from unionizing.

    I guess it is not the big happy family of employees one would expect.

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    Middletown, CT

    SEATTLE – REI Co-op is again recognized as a top employer, ranking 60 on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list. REI has been included on the list every year since the annual list debuted in 1998. The honor celebrates the co-op’s nearly 14,000 employees that work every day to connect REI members and customers to the outdoors.

    Rankings are determined by employee feedback measured against more than 60 elements of workplace culture including trust in leadership, respect for people and team camaraderie.

    “Through awakening and enabling a life-long love of the outdoors, our employees are so passionate about the work we do,” said Raquel Karls, REI senior vice president of human resources. “This passion is what continues to unite us.”

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    Sharon, MA
    The 2021 list though...
    Sure. Why not.

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