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NLRB Moves to Prosecute Yotel Boston and UNITE HERE for Violating Workers’ Rights in Coercive ‘Card Check’ Unionization

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NLRB Moves to Prosecute Yotel Boston and UNITE HERE for Violating Workers’ Rights in Coercive ‘Card Check’ Unionization

BOSTON, MA – Yesterday the Acting Boston Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a complaint against the Yotel Hotel and the UNITE HERE Local 26 union after the hotel illegally assisted union officials with foisting the union on workers.

Ohio Public Workers Axe Illegal Restrictions on Janus Rights for Almost 30,000

Foundation-backed lawsuit ends AFSCME bosses unlawful “escape period” scheme

COLUMBUS, OH – A lawsuit by four Ohio public employees has secured the end of an illegal dues deduction scheme used by Ohio Civil Service Employees’ Association (OCSEA/AFSCME Council 11) union bosses to block an estimated 28,000 workers from exercising their First Amendment right to stop union dues payments. The workers obtained free legal representation from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys in challenging the policy.

Push to Remove UFCW Union Could End Pro-Union Boss “Contract Bar” Policy

Non-statutory NLRB policy hinders workers’ right to vote out an unwanted union

WASHINGTON, DC – The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has announced that it will review the so-called “contract bar” doctrine, which prevents employees from exercising their right to vote an unpopular union out of their workplace for up to three years if union officials and their employer have finalized a monopoly bargaining contract.