Tesla broke labor legal guidelines by telling employees to not talk about pay, NLRB claims
Tesla’s accused of violating nationwide labor legal guidelines by allegedly telling workers at its Orlando, Florida location to not speak about pay and dealing situations, as first reported by Bloomberg. In a complaint filed in September, the Nationwide Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) regional director in Tampa claims Telsa “instructed workers to not complain to increased stage managers about their pay or different situations of employment” and stated “to not talk about their pay with different individuals.”
The criticism goes on to accuse Tesla of instructing workers to not talk about the hiring, suspension, or termination of workers with others. These incidents occurred from December 2021 to January 2022, the criticism alleges, and violates legal guidelines that stop firms from “interfering with, restraining and coercing workers within the train of rights assured” by the NLRB Act. In an announcement to Bloomberg, NLRB spokesperson Kayla Blado says a choose will hear the arguments laid out by the criticism throughout a February listening to.