Unfair Labor Practice

In United States labor law, the term unfair labor practice refers to certain actions taken by employers or unions that violate the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and other legislation. Such acts are investigated by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

Read more about Unfair Labor Practice:  Definition of "unfair Labor Practice", Filing of A Charge, Investigation and Processing of The Charge, Issuance of Complaint and Settlement, Interim Injunctive Relief, Hearing and Decision, Review By The Courts, Compliance

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NLRB V. J. Weingarten, Inc. - Background of The Case - Leura Collins's Bad Day and NLRB Decision
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Gaba Corporation - Industrial Action - First Labor Commission Case
... The union then took an unfair labor practice case through the Osaka Labor Relations Commission claiming that Gaba had not negotiated in good faith ... The Osaka Labor Relations Commission case ran from July 2008 to August 2009 ... It stated that Gaba had not committed an unfair labor practice, because it had negotiated in good faith with the union ...
National Labor Relations Board - History and Structure - Structure
... In broad terms, the General Counsel is responsible for investigating and prosecuting unfair labor practice claims the Board, on the other hand, is the adjudicative body that decides the ... regional offices conduct elections, investigate unfair labor practice charges, and make the initial determination on those charges (whether to dismiss, settle, or issue complaints) ...
Starbucks Workers Union - Legal Actions
... The union filed an unfair labor practice charge against Starbucks in which it alleged the company prohibited workers from distributing union leaflets or wearing ... The company settled the charge with the National Labor Relations Board in March 2006 ... workers' rights under the National Labor Relations Act at three of its stores ...

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