Year Published: 1991
This concise guide to labor law will help you face new organizing challenges in the private sector. It gives insight into dramatic legal changes, along with step-by-step advice for avoiding potential problems and recognizing opportunities in today's work environment. The authors explain key legislation and NLRB decisions including: -- the balancing test for organizers' access to employers' private property-- NLRB rules governing undocumented workers-- right to representation in disciplinary meetings at the unorganized workplace. You also get an analysis of worker-related legislation and helpful materials including the text of the Labor Management Relations, Act, an NLRB glossary and sample forms, and a directory of NLRB offices.