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Man wins settlement after being axed for trying to start union

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

A Queens man won a $30,000 payout from his ex-employer after a National Labor Relations Board investigation.

Arizona Coyotes under investigation for alleged labor law violations

Two former employees filed complaints with the National Labor Relations Board in the past 13 months. The Arizona Coyotes have been the subject of two investigations by the National Labor Relations Board over the past 13 months basedShow More Summary

Suck It Rahm

Imagine that - Rahm has to follow the law : An administrative law judge has recommended that the Illinois Labor Relations Board throw out the Chicago Police Department’s new disciplinary guidelines, dealing an early defeat to the city...Show More Summary

Administrative law judge rules against disciplinary rules

An administrative law judge has recommended that the Illinois Labor Relations Board reject disciplinary guidelines newly adopted by the Chicago Police Department. The Chicago Tribune reports Judge Anna Hamburg-Gal determined … Click to Continue »

What the NLRB's New Anti-Union GC Means for Unions

Not surprisingly, the Trump administration nominee for the position of General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, Peter Robb, has recently been confirmed. Also not surprising, President Trump, who is heavily pro-business rather than pro-labor, nominated an attorney that is known to be anti-union, in addition to padding......

PA: Capital Area Transit to File Unfair Labor Practices with Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board

The management of CAT will file an unfair labor practices complaint against the ATU Division 1436.

Labor union files complaint over Jerry Jones' anthem policy for Cowboys

Local 100 of the United Labor Unions wants National Labor Relations Board to investigate Cowboys owner Jerry Jones over his anthem mandate.        

NLRB Seeks Order To Force Spanish Broadcasting System To Bargain In “Good Faith” With SAG-AFTRA

The general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board is seeking an order requiring the Spanish Broadcast System to bargain in good faith with SAG-AFTRA and to "make whole" eight employees who allegedly were fired because they "joined...Show More Summary

Colorado Mystery

This is an unusual National Labor Relations Board filing: An “RC Petition” is a request for a representation election, and an “RD Order” is a procedure to decertify the incumbent union. The Colorado Education Association Staff Organization represents CEA’s professional employees in negotiations with union management. Show More Summary

Mo' Money, Mo' Money

We'll assume that the Sun Times went through their overnight faxes and found this one from the FOP that we covered a day ago : The Fraternal Order of Police has asked the Illinois Labor Relations Board to stop the city from changingShow More Summary

Tesla Hit With Labor Complaint; United Auto Workers Joins

Elon Musk gets public applause for being a futurist, but in some ways his company seems backwards. According to a complaint filed by the National Labor Relations Board, Tesla keeps workers from talking about union activities, employee safety, and other issues by pressuring them and requiring confidentiality agreements. For......

Labor regulators order Tesla to respond to worker complaints

The National Labor Relations Board has ordered electric automobile maker Tesla Inc. to respond to complaints filed by workers alleging unfair labor practices and efforts to hinder unionization. The NLRB order, filed Thursday, consolidates several cases brought by Tesla workers Michael Sanchez,...

National Labor Relations Board Files Worker Rights Complaint Against Tesla; Musk Fires Back

The National Labor Relations Board has filed an official complaint against Tesla Motors, saying the company violated workers’ rights by suppressing their efforts to unionize. While automakers hoping to keep employees from joining a union...Show More Summary

National Labor Relations Board files complaint against Telsa

The complaint alleges that Tesla has interfered with lawful efforts by employees at its Fremont, Calif. plant to form a union.        

Federal labor officials have filed a complaint against Tesla accusing it of violating workers' rights (TSLA)

The National Labor Relations Board has filed an official complaint against Tesla, saying the company violated workers' rights by suppressing their unionization efforts. Tesla will have to submit an answer to the charges on or beforeShow More Summary

California trashes workers’ rights

While California Secretary of State Alex Padilla claims there’s no voter fraud in the state, while refusing to release the data to federal investigators, the state’s unelected Agricultural Labor Relations Board has repressed the votes of California farmworkers who chose to decertify the United Farm Workers union. In 1990, Gerawan Farms, one of the largest […]

Class Action Can Be Waived in Job Agreement, 5th Cir. Rules

A federal appeals court ruled that a company may lawfully require employees to waive a class action in their employment agreements. In Convergys Corporation v. National Labor Relations Board, the divided appellate panel said the company did not violate the National Labor Relations Act. The court said Convergys could......

Labor union files complaint against owner of Loews Santa Monica

A labor union for hotel workers has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, accusing the Chinese owner of a popular Santa Monica hotel of failing to provide information about a potential condominium conversion at the property. Unite Here, the union for hotel workers, said the...

Engineer fired for 'sexist' memo takes legal aim at Google

3 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Justin Damore said that he filed a National Labor Relations Board complaint against Google before he was fired.

FOIA: Fired Google Employee's Labour Complaint Against Alphabet Alleges A Week Of 'Threatening Employees'

As reported yesterday by Recode, former Google engineer James A Damore filed a complaint against the search giant's parent company, Alphabet Inc., with the US National Labor Relations Board. Parts of that complaint have been given to Gizmodo through a Freedom of Information Act request and are available to read in full (excepting NLRB redactions) below. More »      

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