In addition to the requirements under the NLRA
, the collective bargaining agreement between the union and the employer may significantly limit employer action.
Although these statistics should not be construed as a blanket indictment of all employers, it is clear that the inequality of bargaining power that prompted passage of the NLRA
has returned with a vengeance.
Those in related jobs, such as packinghouses, processing and trucking, would be subject to the NLRA
Under Section 8c of the NLRA
, an employer may lawfully furnish accurate information in response to employees' questions if it does so without making threats or promises of benefits.
Although legally permissible in principle, any communications with employees could become illegal if the employer uses them to either threaten or interfere with employees' rights under the NLRA
An employer that discharges or disciplines that employee does so at its peril, as doing so may violate the NLRA
In its decision, the court deferred to the NLRB for further determination and clarification concerning three of the requirements of supervisory status under Section 2(11) of the NLRA
their rights under the NLRA
(91) to engage in "concerted
9) KRCC refused to bargain with the union because it objected to the inclusion of the RNs in the bargaining unit on the grounds that they were "supervisors" excluded from the protection of the NLRA
Finally, one of the least appreciated aspects of labor law is that the protections of the NLRA
apply even to employees who are not members of unions.
These arrangements were enshrined in the private sector via passage of the NLRA
, during the "New Deal" administration of President Franklin Roosevelt.
The NLRB has revitalized itself by, among other things, finding many workplace policies to be "overly broad" and, thus, in violation of the NLRA