We Did It! Senate Confirms Democratic Majority NLRB

For the first time in a decade, the National Labor Relations Board has five Senate-confirmed members.

NLRB demonstration

Jan 21, 2016

T-Mobile Update

The AFL-CIO Office of Investment recently sent a letter to T-Mobile, outlining how the company's confidentiality agreements conflict with federal whistleblower protections for reporting securities law violations. Read More

Jan 14, 2016

Reuters: Deutsche Telekom Under Scrutiny Over Working Conditions at T-Mobile US

Reuters reports: Two major investors in Deutsche Telekom, the German parent company of T-Mobile US, have expressed grave concerns about the mistreatment of the workforce. Read More

Jan 7, 2016

14 House Democrats Call for Investigation of T-Mobile’s Labor Practices

Fourteen members of the U.S. House of Representatives are urging the German parliament to launch an investigation into the egregious, anti-worker practices of T-Mobile US. Read More

Dec 17, 2015

NLRB Seek Rare Injunction against Cablevision for Illegally Firing Union Activist

The National Labor Relations Board has gone to Federal Court to ask a judge to issue an injunction against Cablevision for illegally firing Dorothea Perry, a union activist at a call center in Nassau County. Read More

Nov 19, 2015

NLRB Sees through El Vocero’s Union-Busting Bankruptcy Scheme

Like many other U.S. corporations, the owners of El Vocero newspaper in Puerto Rico were using bankruptcy to try to shed its obligations, including to its union employees. But the National Labor Relations Board has slammed on the brakes. Read More

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