Every month, MetroWest Ambulance seems more lawless in its anti-union campaign, judging by charges filed with the National Labor Relations Board.
On Oct. 27, Travis Schlegel became the third worker fired for allegedly supporting a campaign to join Teamsters Local 223.
And on Nov. 10, the company — which has the contract for ambulance service in Washington County — threatened employee Neil Lundin with consequences for engaging in union activity. Management also barred employees from engaging in union solicitation on employer property.
Workers are pressing forward with their campaign to join Teamsters Local 223, and filed Nov. 21 for a union election to be held.