SEIU Accuses McDonald's Of Spying On Pro-Union Workers

By Tim Ryan (April 1, 2021, 6:45 PM EDT) -- McDonald's violated federal labor law by surveilling workers who participated in union-backed campaigns for higher wages, a fast food workers' advocacy group alleged in a charge filed with the National Labor Relations Board on Thursday. 

The charge the Service Employees International Union-affiliated National Fast Food Workers Union filed against McDonald's USA LLC and McDonald's Corp. is largely based on a Vice report from February that said the fast food giant surveilled workers who participated in the Fight for $15 campaign.

The union accused McDonald's of tracking social media accounts and using other tools to monitor workers aligned with Fight for $15...

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