Jefferson Standard - National Labor Relations Act Third...

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National Labor Relations Act Third exception to at will employment o Applies only to the private sector Section 7 is the heart of the act o Read supplement in pg 74 Requirements of Concreteness o City disposal Sometimes one person’s actions are sufficient o Other contexts-one person Work-related objective Object of inducing or preparing group action Most of the time though, one person’s actions are not sufficient and not protected by the NLRB o “The Bright, Elusive line between concerted activity that is protected and that is not protected” Washington Aluminum What kinds of activities are not protected but are concerted o Illegal activities o Violent, unlawful activities o Breach of contract Jefferson Standard (NLRB v. IBEW) July 9, 1949 (What happened) o Union began peaceful picketing o Off duty ees were picketing o The court said that there was no violence or threat of violence—peaceful o They charged the company with unfairness August 24, 1949
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