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Worker testifies that Tesla stopped him from organizing union

Reuters India Tuesday, 12 June 2018
Worker testifies that Tesla stopped him from organizing unionOAKLAND, Calif (Reuters) - A Tesla Inc employee organizing a union was asked by a supervisor and company security guards to leave the factory after handing out pro-union flyers, the worker said at a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) hearing on Monday over whether Tesla had violated federal safeguards for employee activity.
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