Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) once again found T-Mobile guilty of violating workers’ rights.
An NLRB administrative law judge ruled that T-Mobile’s call center in Wichita, Kan., unlawfully stifled inter-employee communications, coercively interrogated workers, isolated union sympathizers and put its workforce under surveillance. The judge ordered the call center to immediately reverse these policies and stop “coercively interrogating employees” about their union activity.
Nicole Hamann, who has worked at the Wichita call center for almost two years, hasn’t let the company’s anti-union tactics stop her from joining CWA. "We are here to just improve what we've got,” she recently told the local news.
Watch Nicole’s full interview here and learn more about why T-Mobile workers want a union.