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Unformatted text preview: illegal
dismissal
 Speeches,
music,
and
broadcasts
 o Not
unlawful,
without
employing
threat
or
intimidation
 o Use
 of
 loudspeaker
 in
 front
 of
 a
 picketed
 place
 of
 business
 has
been
condemned
as
a
form
of
intimidation.
The
same
is
 true
 of
 the
 holding
 of
 street
 meetings
 near
 the
 place
 of
 business
of
the
employer
with
whom
a
union
has
a
dispute
 Employees’
demonstration
to
protest
police
abuses
 o Phil.
Blooming
Mills
Employees
Org
v.
Phil.
Blooming
Mills
 Workers
of
the
company
planned
a
demonstration
 in
front
of
Malacanang
to
protest
the
alleged
abuses
 of
 the
 Pasig
 police.
 Company
 warned
 the
 union
 officers
that
a
mass
action
would
be
violation
of
no‐ strike
 clause.
 Union
 officers
 asserted
 that
 the
 demonstration
 had
 nothing
 to
 do
 with
 the
 company.
 Issue:
 W/N
 strike
 violated
 the
 CBA
 and
 the
 union
 officers
be
dismissed?
NO
 The
 demonstration
 was
 purely
 and
 completely
 an
 exercise
 of
 their
 freedom
 of
 expression
 and
 of
 their
 right
 of
 assembly
 and
 of
 petition
 for
 redress
 of
 grievance
before
the
appropriate
agency,
against
the
 police
 officers.
 It
 was
 the
 duty
 of
 the
 company
 to
 protect
 the
 union
 and
 its
 members
 from
 the
 harassment
of
local
police
officers.

 Rallies
as
illegal
strike
 o Toyota
Motor
Phils
Corp.
Worker’s
Association
v.
NLRC
 Relying
on
Phil.
Blooming
Mills,
Union
officers
tried
 to
justify
the
work
stoppages,
as
they
held
rallies
in
 front
of
DOLE
offices
 The
Union
fail
to
realize
one
major
difference:
there
 was
 no
 labor
 dispute
 in
 Phil.
 Blooming.
 Here,
 there
 was
an
on­going
labor
dispute
arising
from
Toyota’s
 Lalay
Abala.
ALS2014B.
Labor
II.
 refusal
 to
 recognize
 and
 negotiate
 with
 the
 Union.
 Employees
dismissed.
 3. Boycott
 • Understood
 to
 be
 a
 combination
 to
 harm
 one
 person
 by
 coercing
 others
to
harm
him
 –
that
is,
a
combination
of
many
to
cause
a
loss
to
 one
person
by
causing
others,
against
their
will,
to
withdraw
from
him
 their
 beneficial
 business
 intercourse
 through
 threats
 that
 unless
 others
do
so,
the
many
will
cause
similar
loss
to
him
or
them
 • Attempt,
by
arousing
a
fear
of
loss,
to
coerce
others,
against
their
will
 to
 withhold
 from
 one
 denominated
 “unfriendly
 to
 labor”
 their
 beneficial
business
intercourse
 • Essential
idea
 is
a
confederation,
generally
a
secret,
of
many
persons
 whose
 intent...
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