Labor board to review case filed by CVS worker who said she was fired for refusing union membership
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The National Labor Relations Board is scheduled to review a complaint filed by a 68-year-old part-time employee of an Evanston, Illinois, pharmacy who said she was fired for refusing to join a union. Lynn Gray, who began working at the Evanston CVS Pharmacy in Oct. 2022, filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board after she said she was fired Dec. 15 for failing to join Local United Food and Commercial Workers 881 Union. She has since been reinstated and a meeting to begin reviewing the complaint with the National Labor Relations Board is scheduled for Jan. 11. According to Gray,...