Efforts to unionize the insurance giant’s suburban operation is met with pushback from management.

By J. Dale Shoemaker, Investigative Post

Workers at Geico, one of Western New York’s largest employers, are attempting to organize a labor union, an effort that, if successful, would be the insurance company’s first-ever union.

But workers told Investigative Post that Geico is attempting to stop their organizing, an effort that could bring union representation to some 2,500 employees. Two emails sent by company vice presidents last month show the company attempting to dissuade workers from signing a petition for a union election. In one email, the company officials even suggested that employees should call the police on their coworkers if they ask them to sign a union petition.

Workers who spoke with Investigative Post said they’re unionizing to bring stability and fairness to their jobs.

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