Back in June, LaborLab broke the news that Pfizer has hired an army of union-busters. Since then, we've continued to track Pfizer's anti-worker campaign.
Under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA), union-busters hired to coerce employees MUST file within 30 days of beginning work. The union-busting industry frequently violates this law and union-buster Roger Allain appears to have done just that.
According to filings received by the Department of Labor, Roger Allian, owner of Rallain Consulting, was hired by Pfizer and started coercing employees on 6/18. However, Roger Allian failed to report to the Department of Labor until this week, well past the 30 day deadline.
Why does this matter? It matters because the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act was designed to create a basic level of transparency around union-busting activities. Workers and the general public have a legal right to know when employers hire outside consultants to intimidate employees. By filing late, Roger Allain is escaping accountability.
Published July 26, 2022