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    Taking A Stand!!!

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    Default Anti-Worker NLRB Decision Shows Need for Reform

    The rollback of union rights in favor of big business continues. Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) handed down a ruling that allows companies to bar non-employee union representatives access to public spaces on their property, overturning nearly four decades of precedent.

    The case was based on a 2013 incident where two organizers were ejected from a Pennsylvania hospital while meeting with members of its staff in its cafeteria. Previously, union organizers not working at a particularly jobsite could not be banned from worker cafeterias and restaurants open to the public under the “public space exemption.”

    It is the latest anti-union strike levied against workers. Former Obama administration rules that sought to raise the salary threshold for workers eligible for overtime and made it harder for companies to employ outside anti-union consultants have been undone in recent years, hurting workers and their families.
    https://teamster.org/blog/2019/06/an...ws-need-reform

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    Scab Hating Union Thug

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    Default Re: Anti-Worker NLRB Decision Shows Need for Reform

    I hate to say it but we told you so.

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    Retired !

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    Default Re: Anti-Worker NLRB Decision Shows Need for Reform

    The war on workers continues.

    Trump’s NLRB Issues Decision Making It Easier For Employers To Oust Unions
    The Trump-dominated labor agency continues its war on unions with a new decision on union majority status.
    “The National Labor Relations Board made it easier for an employer to oust a union after getting evidence that a majority of workers no longer supports that union.
    The NLRB’s Republican majority modified the board’s legal framework for an employer to stop bargaining prior to the expiration of a collective bargaining agreement and announce it will eject the union when that contract ends. Under the board’s July 3 ruling, an employer that makes such an ‘anticipatory withdrawal’ can’t be hit with an unfair labor practice charge challenging whether the union really lacked majority support when the contract ended.An employer can announce its pending withdrawal of recognition within 90 days of the expiration of a contract and then withdraw when the pact ends, according to the ruling. A union that wants to reestablish its majority status following an employer’s anticipatory withdrawal then has 45 days to file a petition for a new election.
    http://labor411.org/411-blog/trumps-...o-oust-unions/

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    Scab Hating Union Thug

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    Default Re: Anti-Worker NLRB Decision Shows Need for Reform

    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    The war on workers continues.

    Trump’s NLRB Issues Decision Making It Easier For Employers To Oust Unions


    http://labor411.org/411-blog/trumps-...o-oust-unions/
    I wonder if there is a framework to oust Union busting politicians as easily as our Unions?
    Last edited by 222lifer; 07-07-2019 at 12:33 PM.

 

 

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