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Workers at Tesla’s Buffalo Gigafactory are unionizing to demand better compensation and improved workplace conditions, WVIB News reported on Thursday morning. The United Steelworkers and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers are leading a joint drive to organize different job descriptions — production and manufacturing — within the factory. “They can improve on demands from the workers that are much needed in the workplace,” said Tesla worker Pete Farrell, going on to cite “fairness, job security, higher wages” as reasons to organize. WVIB plans to release a lengthier investigation into the Gigafactory’s conditions on Thursday evening.
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