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U.S. Bus Workers Tell FirstGroup's Shareholders of Anti-Union Practices - Harrassment And Intimidation Endured By First Student Employees

Author: Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters, Published on: 12 July 2007

U.S. bus workers and British and American trade union officials told shareholders at FirstGroup’s Annual General Meeting in Aberdeen, Scotland that the company was suffering harm to its reputation because of the way it treats employees in the United States. More than half of the meeting was taken up with an examination of the anti-union practices of First Student, First’s U.S. subsidiary... Fifty complaints involving harassment and intimidation by First Student managers have been lodged with the National Labor Relations Board.

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Related companies: FirstGroup