1. When the manager of business operations told Paula that she had to work on the night shift at the
retail store for the next few months, she left him a note saying this was unfair and she would not do it. The manager called her the next day to see why she objected. Paula said she did not have someone to look after her child at night. The manager replied that she was the last one to be hired and she would have to make arrangements to do it. Paula said this was discrimination, and the discussion became heated. The manager fired her.
T or F: If Paula filed a complaint under the NLRA, the Section 7 concerted activity provision would protect her.