Of K-Mart, Unions, And How The Grass Isn’t Always Greener On The Other Side

Nov 20, 2016


Here in Japan, however, such underhanded tactics are illegal, and companies cannot interfere in union organizing activities.

Of course, we aren’t naive enough to believe that companies don’t try to pressure workers over union membership in Japan – but, in some cases, evidence can be collected and then used in Labor Commission cases to deal the offending companies a healthy dose of justice.

Are you interested in organizing your workplace? Contact us for help, or – if, for some reason, we can’t handle it – an introduction to another union that better assist you with your problems.