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A parking company is prohibited under federal labor law from preventing nonemployee union representatives onto its property, and a Teamsters local unlawfully demonstrated an unwillingness to bargain with a construction company, National Labor Relations Board attorneys said in advice memos released Wednesday.
Not only did Activision Blizzard see a group of its employees unionize against its wishes, but the company is also being accused of acting illegally in attempting to stop that unionization by the country's top regulating agency when it comes to this area of business. On Monday, Raven Software QA developers formed the first AAA video game union in the United States, and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is accusing Activision of crossing the line to try and stop it.
How nasty has Starbucks’ anti-union campaign been? So nasty that a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) official says that one of the union’s few losses was so tainted by Starbucks’ illegal actions that a do-over election wouldn’t be enough to fix it. Instead, management should have to bargain with the workers as if the union won the vote to begin with.
Apple is the latest large employer to face a major union organizing drive as workers at its retail stores have launched campaigns, with organizers saying employees have been inspired by recent successes organized labor has notched at Starbucks and Amazon.
Leaked audio reveals Target management taking extreme measures to discourage workers in Virginia from unionizing.
In a victory for state labor unions, Gov. Ned Lamont ignored a lobbying effort by business organizations and signed a bill Tuesday prohibiting employers from holding “captive audience” meetings to potentially discourage workers from unionizing.
A dialysis center in Puerto Rico violated federal labor law by disciplining four union-represented nurses who raised concerns about a lack of air conditioning, a National Labor Relations Board judge ruled, saying the workers were engaged in protected activities.
Starbucks unlawfully fired multiple workers at stores in Kansas and Missouri, imposed stricter dress code policies and threatened loss of wages to stifle union support, the NLRB's St. Louis office alleged in a sprawling complaint, requesting the coffee giant issue apology letters and consequential damages to employees
Union-Busting Employers: Rochester Regional Health, Sysco Oklahoma, Carvana, Beacon Mobility, and more
Rochester Regional Health, Sysco Oklahoma, RoGar Manufacturing, Carvana, Amy's Kitchen, Cemex Construction Materials Pacific, Hershey, Beacon Mobility, HamHed, and Mountaire Farms have all hired consultants to manage union-busting campaigns against their employees. Here are the details:
Class A Drivers working for Carvana Logistics, LLC in Blue Mound, TX are organizing with Teamsters Local 745. However, according to recent Department of Labor filings, Carvana has opted to hire union-busters in an attempt to deny workers their right to a union.