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

September 1, 2017
62 Views

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 before September 14 and appear at a hearing before an NLRB administrative law judge in Oakland, California, that will begin November 14.

The Union Auto Workers, a labor union, and three Tesla employees submitted separate complaints in April claiming the company had coerced employees trying to aid a unionization effort into silence. The NLRB said it has found merit to the charges and …read more

You may be interested

$120m marina to be built at Ocean Reef in Perth’s northern suburbs – ABC Online
australia
shares19 views
australia
shares19 views

$120m marina to be built at Ocean Reef in Perth’s northern suburbs – ABC Online

doyelteam - Sep 03, 2017

ABC OnlineThe WA Premier has defended a decision to spend $120 million on another marina in Perth's north. Ocean Reef…

Man charged over homeless bashing – The Australian
australia
shares18 views
australia
shares18 views

Man charged over homeless bashing – The Australian

doyelteam - Sep 03, 2017

The AustralianPolice are expected to charge a 49 year old man, after a homeless man was found beaten and bloodied…

australia
shares14 views

Barnett’s WA Inc swipe at Labor repeated – Yahoo7 News

doyelteam - Sep 03, 2017

Barnett's WA Inc swipe at Labor repeatedYahoo7 NewsWA Liberal leader Mike Nahan says all the ingredients are there for a…