Guitar Center

The music equipment retailer has been trying to beat back a major organizing campaign.
The clause strips workers of their right to sue in class actions. One worker says he has until the end of Friday to sign it.
In secret recordings, the consultant warned employees about unions: "You get a voice, that's true. Just not your own."
If you've ever wondered what a jam session would sound like if everyone decided to play a different song as loud as possible
When it comes to bargaining talks, RWDSU contends that Guitar Center has been dragging its feet in hopes that support for
Doug Simpson, the employee who spearheaded the union effort at the Vegas location, said he hoped a union contract could ultimately
"We're continuing to make improvements and to look at what's happened across the landscape for our company," Haffeman said
"It's something not everyone wants to buy," said Arnold, who also must fade against his base pay of minimum wage. "I try
Detroit rocks. There are just so many great musicians popping up all of the time, it is hard to keep up.