Tesla fired an employee by the National Labor Relations Board after the company appealed in 2018 to the Electric Car Company.
In a Friday petition, Tesla demanded the U.S. Supreme Court of Appeals review the decision NLRB filed on March 25 first reported Reuters Saturday.
The petition also asked the court to review the NLRB decision to order Tesla CEO Elon Musk to delete a 2018 tweet that was viewed as anti-union.
Nothing stopping Tesla team from voting union at our car plant. Would we pay out union dues for stock options and not give them an option? Our safety record is 2 X better than when the UAW plant was been opened, everyone already gets healthcare, added he.
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The NLRB also directed Tesla to reinstate the lost employee and to rescind 2017 regulations that prevent employees from distributing unionization information or pamphlets without prior approval from the company.