Lesson 10 - 1. What is the name of the federal agency that...

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1. What is the name of the federal agency that conducts elections to determine    if employees wish to be represented by a labor union? National Labor Relations Board 2. If the hospital became upset at Sylvia for daring to request to the HR    Director that the hospital increase its sick leave benefits and terminated    her employment on the ground that she was a "troublemaker" would    Sylvia have any legal grounds upon which to challenge her termination? Assume    that she was terminated before she first contacted the union? Please explain    your answer. Sylvia would definitely have grounds to challenge this based upon the fact she is protected by the union. The HR director in this case has demonstrated unfair labor practices as defined by the NLRA. This would be considered restraint and coercion of the employees. If she were terminated before the formation on the union, I would still think this would be a violation of the NLRA since the Sylvia was representing a
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course L I R 201 taught by Professor Willits,billie during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.

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