Nintendo is the newest online game developer hit with allegations of union busting. In a report from Axios, a former worker alleges that Nintendo and its staffing and recruiting accomplice Aston Carter fired them after participating in protected organizing actions.
In a filing with the National Labor Relations Board, a abstract of the fees in opposition to Nintendo embrace:
- Partaking in surveillance or creating the impression of surveillance of staff’ union actions
- Discharging an worker for participating in protected actions similar to discussing wages and different phrases and circumstances of employment
- Discharging an worker as a result of they joined or supported labor group
Nintendo isn’t the one online game firm contending with the NLRB….