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Unformatted text preview: Caroline Herring Strategic Human Resource Management Dr. Douglas Goodwin November 21, 2010 Case Analysis- Unfair Labor Practices The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), specifically Section 8 of the NLRA, prohibits certain activities by both employers and labor unions. Section 8 prohibits several things, including: 1) prohibits employers from interfering with, restraining, or coercing employees in exercising their rights to join or assist a labor organization or to refrain from such activities, 2) prohibits employer domination of or interference with the information or activities of a labor union, 3) prohibits discrimination in any aspect of employment that attempts to encourage or discourage union-related activity, 4) prohibits discrimination against employees for providing testimony relevant to enforcement of the NLRA, and 5) prohibits employers from refusing to bargain collectively with a labor...
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