ZeniMax testers create first US Microsoft union

Organisers praised Microsoft's support for their efforts

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ZeniMax Studios QA testers create first Microsoft labour union in US
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ZeniMax Studios QA testers create first Microsoft labour union in US

Workers at Microsoft's ZeniMax Studios have voted to form the company's first official labour union in the USA.

According to the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union, Microsoft agreed to recognise the union after most of the 300 quality assurance (QA) testers at the video game production studio supp...

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