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Apr. 1, 1980
An eleven-day strike by 34,000 New York City transit workers began, halting bus and subway service in all five boroughs before strikers returned to work with a 17 percent raise over two years plus a cost-of-living adjustment.
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Oscar-Winning Film Shows Anti-Union Acts at Dayton-Area Factory, Leading to Federal Probe
Posted On: Feb 28, 2020
Feb. 28, 2020 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS | Federal and state officials are reacting to possibly illegal treatment of workers in a Chinese-owned factory in the Dayton area that was exposed in the Academy Award-winning documentary “American Factory.” The National Labor Relations Board has opened an investigation in response to sequences in the film in which Chinese officials with Fuyao Glass America appear to discuss firing American workers for trying to unionize — a likely violation of the National Labor Relations Act… [On] Aug. 22 — a day after Netflix’s release of “American Factory” in the United States — the NLRB opened another investigation into whether Fuyao had improperly coerced its employees… Columbus Dispatch
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