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The National Labor Relations Board ruled that Google must “immediately” produce more than 70 subpoenaed documents related to its anti-union campaign.
Google terminated the three employees in 2019 after they circulated a petition to end Google's relationship with Customs and Border Protection
The meal kit-giant is monitoring employees who post about the union, hiding union-related posts, and ignoring customers who have questions about the union.
The actions on November 26 will highlight the scale of Amazon’s role in the global economy.
"We are putting the company on our back 10 hours a day...They’re taking time away from our breaks. There is no voice here."
“This is my full time job. I depend on it. I was flabbergasted when they made this change because I love what I do."
The viral subreddit is organizing a general strike on Black Friday—can it become a political movement?
Schultz visited Starbucks workers in Buffalo days before a historic union election that could have reverberating effects across the fast-food and retail industries.
Starbucks sent a blatantly anti-union email to workers eligible to vote in a union election that begins on November 10.
Some Amazon Delivery Companies Are Struggling to Hire. Amazon Is Threatening to Terminate Their Contracts.
“Everyone is quitting and Amazon sends us messages that say you’re not recruiting hard enough."
The lawsuit alleges that Amazon "controlled nearly every aspect" of two Portland delivery companies' businesses and "created unsafe working conditions."
More than 2,000 workers at New York City's largest Amazon warehouse have signed union authorization cards to join Amazon Labor Union.