Nissan Technicians in Tennessee Vote Against Unionization
Nissan North America technicians in Tennessee voted against organizing under the Machinists union, the latest defeat for unionization efforts at foreign automakers in the U.S. South.
Tesla Fires Unionizing Autopilot Workers, Complaint Alleges
Tesla Inc. terminated dozens of employees Feb. 15 at its plant in Buffalo, N.Y., one day after Autopilot workers at the facility announced a union campaign, organizers said in a complaint.
New York Tesla Workers Launch Campaign to Organize Union
NEW YORK — Tesla workers at a factory in New York are launching a campaign to organize a union.
Thousands of CSX Workers First to Get Paid Sick Leave
OMAHA, Neb. — Several thousand workers at CSX will soon get one of the things that pushed the U.S. railroad industry to the brink of a strike last fall: paid sick time.
Rail Workers Still Seeking Quality-of-Life Improvements
OMAHA, Neb. — The contract imposed on railroad workers last fall didn’t resolve their quality-of-life issues, but already this year there are indications the major freight railroads are starting to address some of their concerns.
Amazon Union Organizer in Alabama Says He Was Fired
An Amazon warehouse worker who helped lead a hotly contested union campaign in Bessemer, Ala., said he was abruptly terminated without explanation.
Mediterranean Shipping Co. Clashing With Machinists’ Union Over Seattle Terminal Duties
Mediterranean Shipping Co. filed a motion in late October with the National Labor Relations Board urging SSA Marine Inc. to assign tasks at the Port of Seattle’s Terminal 5 to the International Longshore and Warehouse Union.
Amazon Workers in NYC Reject Union in a Reversal of Fortune
Amazon warehouse workers on Staten Island in New York City overwhelmingly rejected a union bid on May 2, dealing a blow to organizers who last month pulled off the first successful U.S. organizing effort in the retail giant’s history.
Amazon Workers in NYC Vote to Unionize, a First for Company
NEW YORK — Amazon workers in Staten Island, N.Y., voted to unionize on April 1, marking the first successful U.S. organizing effort in the retail giant’s history and handing an unexpected win to a nascent group that fueled the union drive.
West Coast Dockworkers Decline Contract Extension, Seek Talks
The union representing about 15,000 dockworkers at the largest U.S. ports declined an offer by employers to extend existing labor contracts for a year, setting the stage for heated negotiations.