May Day 2022: Starbucks & McDonald’s Take On NLRB Retaliation Cases, Highlighting Significance of “May Day”

In December 2021, employees at a Starbucks location in Buffalo, New York established the corporation’s first unionized workplace – but it hasn’t stopped there. Since the unionization efforts began, Starbucks has allegedly terminated activist employees who say they were removed … Read More

Spectrum News 1 – Angela Reddock-WrightDiscusses Efforts to Unionize Starbucks Employees (March 26, 2022)

On March 26, 2022, Angela Reddock-Wright, employment law attorney, mediator, arbitrator, workplace & Title IX investigator, joined Spectrum New1 reporter Catalina Villegas to discuss recent efforts by the United Commercial & Food Workers union to unionize employees at approximately 100 Starbucks stores nationwide. Angela provided insights into how union organizing campaigns work, the perspectives of employers and employees with respect to such campaigns, and what employees can expect based on a unionizing campaign. Check out the discussion.… Read More

Spectrum News 1 – Angela Reddock-Wright Discusses COVID-19 Return to Work Policies (March 23, 2022)

On March 23, 2022, Angela Reddock-Wright, employment law attorney, mediator, arbitrator, workplace and Title IX investigator, joined Spectrum News1 anchor Alex Cohen to discuss recent updates in workplace COVID-19 return to work policies and practices, led by the example of United Airlines. Angela provided insights on what companies are doing and what we can expect in terms of the next stage of managing issues related to COVID-19 in the workplace.… Read More

Newsy – Angela Reddock-Wright Discusses Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s SCOTUS Nomination (March 23, 2022)

On March 23, 2022, Angela Reddock-Wright, employment law mediator, arbitrator, workplace and Title IX investigator, joined Newsy news anchor Chance Seales, and law enforcement, litigation and DEI consultant Sunetta “Sunny” Slaughter, to discuss President Joe Biden’s nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s to the United States Supreme Court.… Read More

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