Boeing Charged by Labor Board With Union-Busting at S.C. Plant

April 10, 2020, 7:33 PM

The federal labor board’s top prosecutor is going after Boeing Co. for alleged union-busting at a plant in South Carolina.

National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Peter Robb’s office alleged in a complaint filed Thursday that Boeing managers violated federal law by telling employees that it would be futile to vote in favor of unionizing and that it’s offensive for them to wear union paraphernalia on the job. Managers ultimately gave pro-worker employees lower scores on their evaluations, invited them to quit, and disciplined and fired some in order to prevent the group from joining the International Association of Machinists, ...

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