You have the right to engage with others to improve wages and working conditions.
We protect the rights of private sector employees to join together, with or without a union, to improve their wages and working conditions.
- We complained about the tip policy and our boss threatened to fire us
- I sent an email to my co-workers during break time about seeking a raise and my employer suspended me for unauthorized use of its computer system.
- I was fired for chatting about my supervisor with other coworkers on Facebook.
- I filed a charge with the NLRB and was demoted as a result.
- I am being prevented from engaging with others to improve my working conditions
- I can't get hired because the industry knows me as a union supporter.
- I am being retaliated against for supporting an effort to bring in a union to improve my work situation.
- We are afraid to talk to one another about our wages and working conditions because our employer has a handbook rule prohibiting release of confidential information.
- We formed a union and are trying to bargain with management, but they refuse to meet with us
- I, on behalf of the nail techs, asked the nail salon owner to consider getting better ventilation to address the fumes from the polishes, gels and acetone, and I was fired.
- I brought complaints to our union steward and/or foreman about the crew not having adequate safety equipment and they retaliated.
- We were on strike and the employer fired and replaced us all.
- I can’t get hired because the industry knows me as a union supporter.
- My boss threatened to fire us if we vote for the union