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On December 1, 2021, David Acosta with Labor Information Services, Inc. started union-busting for Amazon. However, according to records reviewed by LaborLab, Acosta waited about three months to file the legally required paperwork with the Department of Labor.
Douglas Grima of D & G Associates, who is currently union-busting workers at the Hershey Company, was also hired by Magnitude 7 Metals to union-bust in Missouri in July of 2021.
The Hershey Company has been receiving a decent amount of attention this year for union-busting employees attempting to organize with BCTGM. However, it appears the union-busting campaign appears to have started in November of 2021.
In 2020, Gerald O'Brien & Associates was hired by FSCX, Inc. to union-bust training instructors organizing with Machinists & Aerospace Workers in Texas.
Dispensary workers at INSA in Salem, MA are attempting to form a union with UFCW. INSA has responded by holding captive audience meetings, bringing in the union-busting industry, and firing two employees. Unfortunately, this kind of legal and illegal behavior is becoming the norm in the dispensary industry.
Wondering who President Joe Biden just nominated to be the next Justice for the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS)? This article from Reuters on February 1, 2022 may offer some clues.
The National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday rejected Starbucks' objections to a union election at an Arizona store, clearing an obstacle that delayed a tally in the January election.
As the number of Starbucks stores with public organizing drives surges into the triple digits, the coffee giant continues to press losing objections.
Around 1,300 Hershey's employees are voting on whether to unionize, in a move organizers say is led by older workers seeking to ensure good benefits for new and future employees, reports the Guardian. However, we've discovered that Hershey's is bringing in the union-busting industry to "persuade" and intimidate workers. And this one is a doozy.
Amazon violated federal labor law during a rerun representation election at its Bessemer, Alabama, facility this month by holding so-called captive audience meetings.