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No 'Out of the Ordinary' Actions During Union Elections


If a union is making an effort to organize at your company, leave its literature right where it is.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    With all due respect to the "Vorys on Labor" blog, it‘s absurd for anyone to think that the rulings made by rabidly anti-business Obammunists at the NLRB are anything other than arbitrary and capricious at all times. No business should put any stock in any lawyers‘ advice about what this NLRB will or won‘t find unlawful, for it will find unlawful anything it feels it must in order to give lazy, no-good union bums another parasitic bite at the elections apple.

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