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Assignment: Week 6 DeVry University, Employment Law Professor Steven Wynne December 4, 2010
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1. The Taft-Hartley Act was a provision to the National Labor Relations Act. The last major revision of the NLRA was is 1959, when Congress imposed further restrictions on unions in the Landrum-Griffin Act. There are key provisions of the most important sections of the NLRA and those are sections 7, 8 and 9. “Section 7 reads that Employees shall have right to self- organization, to form, join or assist labor organizations, to bargain collectively through representatives of their own choosing, and to engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining or other mutual aid and protection. Section 7 also protects employees who take part in grievances, on-the-job protests, picketing and strikes. Section 8 defines employer unfair labor practices, and prohibits union unfair labor practices.
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Unformatted text preview: Section 9 of the NLRA provides that unions are exclusive representatives of bargaining unit members. (Home.Earthlink.com) 2. I would advise him that unfortunately the accommodations cannot be made because of of the agreement. The only thing he can do is collaborate with his fellow union workers and see if they are able to be on his side and have the employer come to an agreement with the union. 3. A major provision in the FLSA was to establish minimum wage and a workweek with a maximum of hours to be worked. Other provisions were to establish standards for overtime compensation and banned products child labor. 4. I would say that Didis is in compliance. They are paying her the hourly wage and she is keeping her tips at the end of the day. 5. $4.44 is not minimum wage, so I would say they are not in compliance and are taking advantage of the workers that are doing the job....
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