The Huntington Station Target will vote on union representation in early September after a National Labor Relations Board decision on August 24th.
Bloomberg reports that the Long Island branch would become the only unionized Target store in the country if employees vote in favor of union representation.
NLRB had set the election for Sept. 7 and 8. Employees will vote on whether they want United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1500 to act as their representative in collective bargaining.
The Huntington Station Target opened in 2013, when they announced it would employ about 250 workers in the 150,000 square-foot facility.