Totally does apply. It happened before the merger. There’s no reason to think NLRB would behave differently today.
good luck! Target will spend millions crushing your union election.
That’s a very fine heritage you haveIt was a pre-warning.
Also, don't accuse people of being management just because they don't agree with you.
That's union organizing 101. You want to change people's minds, not alienate them.
My grandfather was a Wobbly (Industrial Workers of the World) organizer in the 30's, back when they shot you for that sort of thing.
He voted for Eugene Debs 3 times. I still have my grandfathers Little Red Songbook.
I had an Uncle who was a old school Communist and my mom was a socialist.
My dad was in the carpenters union all of his life.
I'm a member of a union right now.
I think unions are always working peoples best option.
But I'm not going to put people on blast because they don't think unionizing Spot is going to work.
That is not how you gather support.
section 7 protected activity under NLRA.
NLRA Section 7 said:It is unlawful for an employer to interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees in the exercise of their rights
The Break Room is NOT an official service of Target Corp.
This is a site run by regular people. We do not perform any HR related services or affect any internal information regarding Target.
It’s not stupid to educate people on how they can use the law (“microbargaining”) to organize their workplace. Also, Target can do nothing.A tragedy, in 3 quotes.
Also, probably the stupidest thing you can do is use this website to try to organize a union when connected to a Target computer/wireless network. Until you get the cards signed, there are many many many many things Target can and will do within the confines of the law to stop you.
look at you, trying to censor my pro-union views.Also, we do not welcome spammers here. If your entire purpose is to discuss unionization, that is not a subject that forum staff want to entertain. If you were a member of the community in good standing and had questions or wanted to discuss, sure there's some leeway. You registered less than 24 hours ago and have been pumping this topic full of union chat. Cool, but maybe you should take it to Twitter while it's still free.