Trump’s NLRB Outlaws Union Organizing At Workplace If Property Not Owned By Employer

More bad news for unions and workers from an NLRB dominated by Trump appointees.

Reuters reports:

“The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that workers do not have the right to engage in union organizing and similar activities on private property where they work but that is not owned by their employer.

The board in a 3-1 decision on Friday said musicians with the San Antonio Symphony in Texas did not have the right to distribute leaflets to patrons of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, where they perform, because the venue does not employ them.”

For a more detailed look at the ruling, visit The National Law Review here.

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