LOS ANGELES, Mar. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- American Apparel (NYSE: APP) employee, Ana Amador, files complaint with the National Labor Relations Board on March 4, 2015.
On March 4, 2015, Ana Amador, an American Apparel employee for numerous years, filed a formal complaint with the National Labor Relations Board alleging violations of her civil and constitutional rights by security guards and management of American Apparel.
On February 16, 2015 Amador complained about being accosted by a security guard of American Apparel and harassed while being involved in a meeting to discuss reduction of work hours at the company. She also observed the same harassment with numerous other employees involved in the meeting. (See a copy of the NLRB complaint of Ana Amador at http://www.hermandadmexicana.org/coalition-of-american-apparel-factory-workers.html) Meetings as the one described by Ana Amador are considered protected activity under the National Labor Relations Act.
Hermandad Mexicana is working with the Coalition of American Apparel Factory Workers United to Save American Apparel to conduct meetings related to workplace complaints and deteriorating work conditions under the new management since the departure of founder Dov Charney in December 2014.
SOURCE Hermandad Mexicana