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strike

Etymology: AS, strican, to advance swiftly
an action taken collectively by the employees of a company or institution in which they stop reporting for work in an effort to cause the employer to accede to certain demands. A strike usually follows unsuccessful negotiations between representatives of the union and management.

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For more information about the Poster Compliance Center federal labor law poster or the 1-Year Compliance Plan with automatic updates, go to the federal labor law poster page or call 1-800-322-3636.
Republic's repeated violations of federal labor law show that the company is more concerned with maximizing corporate profits than with taking care of its customers and its workers," said Rick Hicks, President of Teamsters Joint Council No.
Private employers must post the new federal labor law poster where other workplace notices are typically posted.
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In 1994, the NLRB charged Lancaster Community Hospital with violating federal labor law by interfering with a demonstration by hospital workers and photographing pickets during a rally.
25 requiring private employers to post a new federal labor law poster notifying employees of their rights under the NLRA.
Instead of upholding its stated commitment to sustainable practices and social responsibility, UNFI is mistreating its workers and demonstrating a complete disregard of federal labor law," said Tracey A.
Snyder and the legislature attempted to limit union rights under federal labor law.
The government has a special exception to the federal labor law.
state and federal labor law in the past two years alone, businesses know that maintaining compliance with mandatory employment postings is challenging.
Lees testified before the Senate State Affairs Committee as well as the House State Affairs Committee regarding the need for the proposed legislation and the legality of this legislation in the face of possible federal labor law preemption arguments.
The National Labor Relations Board has released a new mandatory federal labor law poster that must be posted by November 14, 2011

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