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Elon Musk has been laying off people right and left-at Twitter, but this time, some laid-off employees were Telsa employees in Buffalo who had just voted to unionize.
The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) prohibits companies from discriminating against employees who favor unionization, so how did he do this, and can he get away with it?
Did Tesla target pro-union employees?
You can’t target pro-union employees just like you can’t target employees because of their race or religion. Employment Attorney Jon Hyman, explains, “It goes without saying that firing employees in retaliation