Posts Tagged ‘T-Mobile’

May
2016
11

NLRB Says T-Mobile’s “Mandatory Positivity” Rule is Illegal; Employee Handbook Stifles Organizing

NLRB Says T-Mobile's
  It’s official. You can’t be forced to like your job.   That has been established by a April 29th ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in a charge brought forward by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) against T-Mobile and its affiliate, Metro PCS. The specific charge was against parts of the employee [&hellip...
May
2016
4

In NLRB Complaint, CWA Claims T-Mobile Is Running a Fake Union to Bust Organizing Efforts

In NLRB Complaint, CWA Claims T-Mobile Is Running a Fake Union to Bust Organizing Efforts
  T-Mobile, the nation’s third largest telecommunications company, has been accused of forming a fake union in an attempt to thwart the increasingly successful efforts by Communications Workers of America (CWA) members to organize call center workers.  The tactic of creating a company-controlled union to hurt the efforts of an independent...
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Mar
2015
24

NLRB Finds Widespread Union Suppression Policy at T-Mobile U.S.

NLRB Finds Widespread Union Suppression Policy at T-Mobile U.S.
  A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) judge recently ruled that T-Mobile U.S. is guilty of engaging in nationwide labor law violations.  The ruling came after the NLRB rolled multiple complaints for illegal actions in Albuquerque, Wichita, New York City, and Charleston into one case.  All complaints revolved around T-Mobile US blocking...
Nov
2013
6

“We Are All Josh”: CWA, NLRB Forge Ahead With Justice for Pair of Fired T-Mobile Workers in Wichita

  The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has announced that it will move forward with an unfair labor practices suit against T-Mobile US in response to its actions against two workers involved in “union activities.”  The two workers, Joshua Coleman and Ellen Brackeen, both worked at a T-Mobile call center in Wichita, KS.  Coleman was...