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Labor organizers have a message for the Twitter employees upset and concerned about Elon Musk's takeover of the company: Join us.
President Joe Biden had the authority to fire former National Labor Relations Board general counsel Peter Robb, the Fifth Circuit ruled Friday, upholding a board ruling against a facilities management company that challenged the move.
Days after workers at two Verizon stores in Washington state voted to unionize, the telecom giant fired a worker pushing to organize nearby stores.
Today Apple retail workers at the Apple Cumberland Mall store in Atlanta, Georgia filed for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board, becoming the first group of Apple retail workers in the United States to seek formal recognition for their union. The workers will be represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA).
REPORT: Starbucks’ union battle is getting aggressive and expensive, and Wall Street is backing away
When Starbucks announced Howard Schultz would return to the company as interim CEO, investors cheered. His first tenure as chief executive turned the company into a global brand and his second, years later, revived both the business and its stock price.
The Democratic Party’s governing body is reportedly considering a plan to bar its consultants from anti-union activity following backlash over revelations that Amazon hired Global Strategy Group — a prominent Democratic polling firm — to assist its union-busting campaign in New York City.
Nintendo is the latest video game developer hit with allegations of union busting. In a report from Axios, a former employee alleges that Nintendo and its staffing and recruiting partner Aston Carter fired them after engaging in protected organizing activities.
In the wake of a historic labor victory at one of its Staten Island warehouses earlier this month, Amazon is reportedly ramping up its union-busting operations across New York and beyond. Those attempts to crush a union are effectively subsidized by government money in states whose politicians portray themselves as pro-labor.
Hector Barcenas, a union-busting consultant with Sigma Labor Relations, was hired by Allan Bros, Inc. in Garden Grove, CA to run an anti-union campaign. The contract started in July of 2020, but Barcenas failed to report to the U.S. Department of Labor until April, 2022. It's an egregious violation of U.S. labor law.
Miriam Navarro and Erasmo Navarro were also brought in under Barcenas to conduct captive audience meetings.
Politico has obtained a contract addendum that forbids Democratic aligned consultants from participating in union-busting, aiding an employer in a labor dispute or lobbying against union-backed legislation.