NLRB Says Bay Area Walmart Strikers Were Wrongly Punished

September 6, 2016

The National Labor Relations Board says six Walmart employees who held a peaceful 90-minute strike at a Bay Area store in 2012, protesting their employment status and an abusive supervisor, acted within their rights and were illegally disciplined […]

NLRB Dismisses Complaint Vs. Actors Equity

September 4, 2016

The National Labor Relations Board has dismissed an unfair labor practices charge filed against Actors’ Equity by opponents of the union’s plan to require small theaters in Los Angeles to pay their actors at least minimum wage. […]

Choose Your Box

November 1, 2015

In early October of this year, a group of employees at Leftfield Entertainment, a large reality television production company in New York, faced such a choice, set more or less explicitly in just such terms. And, only a few weeks earlier, the employees of Deluxe Culver City, an LA-area post-production facility, made effectively the same choice themselves, albeit not as explicitly framed. […]

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