What Is This Communication Company Trying To Prevent Its Employees From Communicating?

Companies bully unions because organizing for a fair wage, decent hours, and better health care can hurt the CEO's take-home pay. Here's the thing: This sort of bullying has not just happened once or twice. Big companies routinely use intimidation to prevent employees from organizing, including one you may be patronizing (or working for) right now. This is a reenactment of something that really happened multiple times in an NYC T-Mobile store. We fact-checked it. Keep in mind this is not just about a company opposing its employees unionizing. As you'll see at 1:22, this company took that one very unethical step further.

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