Here’s a Strong Signal for T-Mobile: NLRB Says, You Can’t Get Away with Firing Workers Who Want a Voice on the Job

November 6, 2013

T-Mobile US illegally fired and disciplined workers at its Wichita, Kan., call center, and National Labor Relations Board's then-Acting General Counsel Lafe E. Solomon, said the government would prosecute T-Mobile US for violating U.S. labor law. Solomon announced the decision to move against T-Mobile on Nov. 1. 

For the past several years, T-Mobile workers say they have faced an extensive campaign of intimidation and attack on their organizing and bargaining rights

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