Engineers at Douglas Emmett properties in Los Angeles make the city work. They voted to stand together in a union so they’d have a voice. A voice for better pay. A voice for safety on the job. A seat at the table when the company makes decisions that affect workers and their families.
But Douglas Emmett is defying these workers’ federal right to join a union and bargain collectively. The company is engaging in union-busting, plain and simple.
Douglas Emmett management has been threatening, harassing and retaliating against workers who are lawfully standing together to exercise their right to join a union.
When companies engage in these unlawful tactics, it hurts workers, their families and our entire community. Enough is enough. It’s time for Douglas Emmett management to stop the harassment and work with their employees collaboratively.