“You go to Tesla and you think it’s going to be this innovative, great wonderful place to be, like this kind of futuristic company. And I guess it’s just kind of disappointing that that’s our future, basically, where the worker still doesn't matter."
“We should have the right to distribute information to our co-workers without intimidation,” said Michael Sanchez, who works on door panels at the factory and has joined the unionizing effort. “You can’t fix problems if you’re not allowed to talk about them.”
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