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NLRB’s Continuing Mischief at the Expense of Worker Rights

lee362 Wrote: Jun 19, 2013 7:27 AM
This hits close to home for me. I was a manager of CWA employees, the majority of whom did not wish to be part of CWA. When the CWA declared strikes, most of my staff crossed picket lines and a few of them paid thousands of dollars in fines to the union. They all paid full union dues. NRLB rules prohibited me from fully informing them but I urged several of them to seek out legal assistance since I knew that they could receive economic relief but none ever did -- they were both afraid of the costs and afraid of further retaliation. Lee Nason New Bedford, Massachusetts
RodB Wrote: Aug 04, 2013 8:52 AM
The interesting part is the CWA has been considered one of the more rational and reasonable unions forever.