Mondelez Loses Appeal Over Workers Fired for Union Activities

July 21, 2021, 7:45 PM

Mondelez Global LLC failed in an effort to overturn an NLRB decision finding that three employees were fired because of their union efforts after the Seventh Circuit found substantial evidence Wednesday that the company violated workers’ rights.

The company changed various terms and conditions of employment, including the short-term disability leave policy and employees’ shift schedules, without notifying or bargaining with the union, according to the court. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit denied Mondelez’s petition, granting the National Labor Relations Board’s cross-application for enforcement.

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