Union Militants Display Nonmembers' Social Security Numbers

In June, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation attorneys filed a lawsuit in North Carolina state court on behalf of 16 AT&T employees against Communications Workers of America local union bosses who illegally released their confidential personal information, including their social security numbers as retaliation for exercising their right to refrain from union membership.

As two of the workers explain in the latest Right to Work video report, union bosses had a history of intimidating workers and failing to provide adequate representation.

For more background information on the case, the Foundation’s press release is available online here. The Burlington Times-News’ coverage of the lawsuit is available online here.