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Even if Amazon workers win more historic union votes, bargaining and ... From Amazon to Apple, tech giants turn to old-school union-busting.
This report was published on May 2, 2022
A Black Tesla worker sued the electric vehicle maker in California state court, claiming that racial slurs were scrawled on the walls of the restrooms of the plant she worked in.
Despite being illegally terminated, Starbucks workers from Memphis, Tennessee and other cities across the country are fighting to unionize and win back their jobs.
The Association of Flight Attendants is taking credit after Delta Air Lines’ groundbreaking move to pay flight attendants for time they spend boarding passengers amid the union’s latest attempt to organize the massive bargaining unit. Here, Law360 explores the move’s impact on the union drive and potential knock-on effects for the industry.
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.