Complaint supports workers’ charges that Tesla’s harassment, intimidation and biased terminations violated their rights Oakland, CA – The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has handed down a complaint against Tesla, finding merit to a series of charges that were filed against the company over the past several months. Charges range from terminating employees in retaliation for engaging in union and/or protected activities to unlawful interrogations of union supporters and more. A full copy of the complaint is attached here. In part, the complaint reads: “By the conduct described above in paragraphs 7 and 8(b) through 8(e), Respondent has been interfering with, ... Read more
“You can make it through Monday,” Michael Sanchez a Tesla worker told the Guardian. “You can make it through Tuesday. Come Wednesday, you start to feel something. Thursday is pain. Friday is agonizing. Saturday you’re just making it through the day.” Read more on www.theguardian.com >>>
Yesterday, in a Medium post, 4.5 year Tesla worker Jose Moran made the case that the company could do a better job at curbing preventable injury and listening to its workforce. He also said that he and other coworkers at the Tesla plant had reached out to the UAW for support in their efforts. In response, Tesla CEO Elon Musk fired back that he thought Moran’s public comments were “morally outrageous.” Undeterred by the shocking reaction of his employer, Jose Moran put out a new video on Facebook today, highlighting that he wants to see a successful and profitable Tesla, ... Read more
“Mr. Moran is not and has not been paid by the UAW. We would hope that Tesla would apologize to their employee, Mr. Moran, for spreading fake news about him. We can confirm that Mr. Moran and others at Tesla have approached the UAW, and we welcome them with open arms.” Click here to read Jose’s Medium post about the how workers are treated at Tesla here.