S. Amir Kohan

What can be an Unfair Labor Practice under the NLRA?

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) identifies five types of employer practices that should be considered unfair labor practices.

  1. It is unfair for an employer to interfere in the activities of a union or prevent employees from taking any action related to forming or joining a union.
  2. It is unfair for an employer to take any action that would allow the organization to control a union or offer special attention or preferential treatment to a particular union.
  3. It is unfair for an employer to discriminate against any employee because he or she is a member of a union or takes part in any lawful union activity.
  4. It is unfair for an employer to discriminate against any employee because he or she has filed charges with the NLRB or has taken part in any investigation.
  5. It is unfair for an employer to refuse to bargain with a union representing the employer’s employees.

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