Tesla ban on pro-union shirts violated workers’ rights: NLRB


An aerial view shows the Tesla Fremont Factory in Fremont, California on February 10, 2022.

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Tesla violated workers’ rights when it told employees they couldn’t wear shirts with pro-union insignia at the factory, The National Labor Relations Board ruled in a decision out Monday.

The NLRB is now mandating that Elon Musk‘s electric vehicle maker “cease and desist from maintaining and enforcing the overly broad team-wear policy that prohibits production associates from wearing black union shirts.”

Tesla will also be required to notify current employees that their “team-wear policy” has been rescinded or revised, and provide a copy of any revised policy.



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