Months ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk threw down the gauntlet with a dare to the UAW (which he frequently calls out for its corruption scandal) and invited the union to attempt to organize his employees. Thus far, this hasn’t happened, although a Canadian nonprofit, Share, now calls upon Musk to put rules into place to ban management from interfering with worker organization – despite the legality of management to campaign against unions, so long as threats, retaliation, or the like don’t happen.
Tesla remains under NLRB fire after the board ruled that Tesla attempted to coerce workers (including firing one) for organizing behavior. And the NLRB even directed Musk to delete an anti-union tweet. There is more to come from this rivalry, no doubt.