Plans to demolish interior of 93-year-old bank building
Nehalkumar Gandhi, the owner of the 93-year-old bank building, is destroying the interior of the building to make room for hotel guest rooms and 23 apartments and an ambulatory diagnostic and health rehabilitation center. Nehalkumar Gandhi’s representative, Anish Gandhi, says that the building has fallen into disrepair and is unsafe. He is already at the site with demolition crews.
The former bank, known as the Harlem Savings Bank, operated the building for decades before expanding throughout the city. It later changed its name to Apple Bank for Savings, but the bank’s name is still on the building. In a 2005 column, Christopher Gray called the building “clunky” and “outdated.” Maddd Equities bought the site and plans to demolish the interior in 2020 and 2021.
Apple to staff new store with 200 employees
Apple has recently announced plans to open a new store in San Jose. The company plans to staff it with 200 employees. The number of employees will make up a small segment of the company’s 100,000-plus direct employees in the US. In an effort to create a more collaborative workplace environment, Apple has been pushing for its employees to spend more time in the office. The change, however, has faced opposition from some employees. While some have been urging the company to allow more flexibility, management has defended the company’s decision.
The company will increase pay and benefits for employees. The company will also offer sick and vacation days to employees. The announcement comes as the company faces increased unrest among its employees. Some employees have started speaking out about harassment and discrimination at the company. A memo obtained by The Verge detailing these issues was released after audio of a companywide meeting was leaked. Apple CEO Tim Cook was only able to answer two questions in the meeting, highlighting the growing concerns among employees.
Employees at the Cumberland Mall store are eligible to vote for a union. Some have already signed authorization cards, showing their support for the union. Many have complained about pay and working conditions. A group called Fruit Stand Workers United has also been formed to educate workers about their rights and how to sign union cards.
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