Nintendo accused of firing employee for supporting unionization

A complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board by a former employee of Nintendo has accused the company of unlawful termination over the staffer supporting labor organization.

According to the filing (thanks, Axios), the staffer discussed wages and other terms and conditions of employment, and in order to discourage further discourse among employees, Nintendo fired the staffer.

The person who filed the complaint also states that Nintendo interfered with, restrained, and coerced its employees from exercising their right to discuss unions by engaging in surveillance or creating the impression of surveillance of employees’ union activities.

Read more