In an interview Monday morning, the international vice-president of ATU International who is leading the trusteeship called the allegations of coercion “completely absurd.”“There was never any threats, no intimidation whatsoever.
Everybody signed freely and willingly,” said Manny Sforza.
The worst part: The vast majority of allegations said that members were the ones hurt by the union officials that are supposed to protect them.
In 2010, the NLRB reported that: To file a ULP against a union, a union member must fill out NLRB Form 508.
Employees covered by the National Labor Relations Act are afforded certain rights to join together to improve their wages and working conditions, with or without a union.
Because employee discipline is a difficult experience that managers and supervisors sometimes face, these guidelines are intended to review the most effective approach to managing performance and/or behavioral issues.
The National Labor Relations Board’s annual report for fiscal year 2010 included the number of Unfair Labor Practices alleged against employers and unions.
Once again, union officials faced a disproportionately high number of allegations of wrongdoing, when compared to employers.
Examples of employee rights include: Activity Outside a Union Employees who are not represented by a union also have rights under the NLRA.
Specifically, the National Labor Relations Board protects the rights of employees to engage in “concerted activity”, which is when two or more employees take action for their mutual aid or protection regarding terms and conditions of employment.