Allstate agents approve affiliation with union


Published: August 29,2011

Tags: insurance, insurance agents, labor, labor unions, unions

GULFPORT — Approximately a week after a vote in favor of affiliating with Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU), AFL-CIO, the board of directors of the National Association of Professional Allstate Agents Inc. (NAPAA) voted to approve the affiliation.

The roll call vote by the board followed a secret ballot in which, according to OPEIU, NAPAA membership voted nearly unanimously to affiliate.

The membership vote was administered by the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Ballots were counted at AAA’s New York office Aug. 17. The effective date of the affiliation agreement is Sept. 1.

NAPAA members will now be granted membership in OPEIU, the national AFL-CIO and all State Federations of Labor.

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One Response to “Allstate agents approve affiliation with union”

  1. Charlie Stogner Says:

    Well, they’ve made certain I’ll never consider using Allstate for any insurance needs.

    The very idea of an agent belonging to a union is incomprehensible.



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