Amazon is the latest company facing labor charges to argue that the National Labor Relations Board is unconstitutional.
Trader Joe's trademark lawsuit was an "obvious" ploy to gain an edge over the union, the judge said in their decision to dismiss.
The National Labor Relations Board found merit to two unfair labor practice charges filed against the company.
In an email obtained by Motherboard, Google tells YouTube Music workers it will "not be participating in collective bargaining."
A new complaint says that an Amazon confidentiality and non-compete agreement that affects employees at all U.S. locations is illegal.
The union alleges severance agreements offered to former staff broke the law and the company illegally silenced workers.
“Captive audience meetings” are no longer captive after a new law bans employers from disciplining workers who don't attend.
A new framework for unionizations means that a company must voluntarily recognize a union or demand an election—and can no longer interfere with the election.
SAG Files Unfair Labor Practice Against Universal After It Trimmed Trees on Picket Line Without a Permit
Striking writers tweeted that Universal Pictures had trimmed the trees that provided shade to their picket line. A city investigation found that the studio had no right to do so.
“It’s about time,” Amazon Labor Union president Chris Smalls said.