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Define (1) secondary consumer boycott and (2) hot cargo clause. B. Explain the difference between the boycott and hot cargo activities permitted by the ALRA and NLRA. A secondary consumer boycott is when the union pressures a neutral business like taco bell to pressure the employer that the union is feuding with such as the tomato growers. In a hot cargo clause, a worker who has this agreement in his contract can refuse to handle “hot cargo” or stuff from a different employer that is having disputes with the union.
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Unformatted text preview: The difference is that the ALRA tends to have broader rights as far as boycotting. A ALRA union can boycott the whole store, the product, but not try for secondary strikes. The NLRA only lets the union boycott the product, not the whole store. For hot cargo, both the ALRA and the NLRA allow hot cargo clauses as long as the union is a bargaining agent for both the employers in question- that is the one it is dissatisfied with as well as the one whose workers they want to get to not handle the hot cargo....
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