Brad Hoylman 's Blog
Standing Up for Workers in the West Village
On July 31, along with Assembly Member Deborah Glick and Council Member Corey Johnson, I sent a letter to the Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Office of Mrs. Green’s Natural Market expressing concern over its previous labor practices. We were troubled by media reports that Mrs. Green’s had violated federal labor law in response to employees attempting to unionize, and urged Mrs. Green’s to provide all employees of its new Hudson Street store with an intimidation-free environment in which they can freely exercise their right to organize. Businesses operating in the neighborhood should be law-abiding and provide good, well-paying jobs that help us continue to build a strong middle class and a healthier New York. Please see our letter below.