The crowdfunding platform, which has tried to distinguish itself as a progressive alternative to Silicon Valley tech companies, has agreed to pay $36,599 to a union organizer that it fired in 2019.
Six months after Kickstarter workers voted in the first union at a major tech company in the U.S., a federal agency has found sufficient evidence that management violated the National Labor Relations Act by firing a union organizer.
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REGIUM, an internet-connected chessboard manufacturer, was suspended by Kickstarter after allegedly creating engineers using thispersondoesnotexist.com.
In the midst of a union drive, Kickstarter is working with a law firm that has previously helped clients avoid unionization, but the company says 'union avoidance' has never been its goal.
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“This kit is passed between coworkers as an act of solidarity and a signal that there is room to organize at your company.”
At Kickstarter, a new dystopian board game about worker rebellion and the company’s own union busting campaign share some ironic similarities.
Days after Kickstarter's CEO Aziz Hasan said he would not voluntarily recognize a union at the company, employees sent him a letter requesting voluntary recognition.
The CEO Aziz Hasan denied retaliating against employees for union organizing, but said that a "union framework is inherently adversarial."