Laundry Workers Center
Laundry Workers Center

After Union Election, B&H Photo Illegally Fires 7 Employees

Press statement from Laundry Workers Center 


On Tuesday Feb. 23—the same day as the powerful union win by B&H Photo’s Manhattan warehouse workers—the company illegally fired an entire department of cleaning staff. 


These 7 workers had requested meetings with B&H Photo human resources, demanding respect and an end to hostile treatment and scare tactics. They expressed their interest in the benefits of a union but were not a part of the group that petitioned for and won the Feb. 23 election. 


It is illegal and wrong for B&H Photo to retaliate against these workers. Collective action is protected by U.S. law. 


We stand united with hundreds of B&H warehouse workers, the Photo/Video Alliance, the United Steelworkers, and the New York labor community, demanding that B&H Photo Video immediately rehire the #BH7.


Press Contacts:
Rosanna Rodriguez, Laundry Workers Center,
Mahoma López, Laundry Workers Center,

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