H ADM 3387 - Lecture Notes - 11-30-09

H ADM 3387 - Lecture Notes - 11-30-09 - H ADM 3387 Business...

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H ADM 3387 – Business and Hospitality Law Fall 2009 Lecture #20: 11-30-09 Intro: Labor: o Unions say TIPS (threaten, promise, etc) – for filing objectives o 7 calendar days after election to file objections o 14 days after election – get evidence in (testimony usually) If objections pass giggle-test – have a hearing With a close election – even if objections are weak – objection officer may make you re-run the election (common penalty). Other penalty: Bargaining (Gissell) Order: even though management won, the union is in. 1.1. Why? 2 things met – at one time Union had a majority AND conduct has to be so awful that a fair election is now impossible. 1.2. Ex) Blanketship – violate law, lose objection hearing, re-run then win again (his theory). Vegetable distributors. 1.2.1. Given a bargaining order and have to hire everyone back. 1.2.2. Prof gets the gig when Blanketship is fired. 1.2.3. Bottom line: you can violate the law and maybe get a re-run but if not you’re betting millions of dollars. Election bar for one year – union can’t come back OR union can’t be kicked
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