Report Unlawful Company Interference 

Employees have the right to unionize, to join together to advance their interests as employees and to refrain from such activity. It is unlawful for an employer to interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees in the exercise of their rights. For example, employers may not respond to a union organizing drive by threatening, interrogating, or spying on pro-union employees, or by promising benefits if they forget about the union.

If you have witnessed or know of an example of company interference with union organizing efforts, you can report it by filling out the form below. The Machinists Union takes company retaliation very seriously and will investigate each report thoroughly. If necessary, the Machinists Union can take legal action on your behalf. Contact a union organizer for more information. 

Thank you for standing up for labor rights in the workplace.

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