The right to join with coworkers.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) protects the rights of private-sector employees to join together, with or without a union, to improve their wages and working conditions. The NLRB also protects the rights of private-sector workers to choose not to participate in these activities.
Tell us about your concern, so you can learn about your rights and find out whom to contact if you need more information.
- Our boss threatened to fire us for complaining about wages and working conditions
- I was told I would lose my job if I didn’t support the union
- I was told I would be demoted if I supported the union
- My union refused to process my grievance because I criticized union officials
- I was fired for chatting about my supervisor with coworkers on social media
- I was threatened after filing a complaint against my employer with the NLRB
- I was threatened after filing a complaint against my union with the NLRB