Unlawful Interrogation

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Unlawful Interrogation

TomMcGuire
am employer violates sec8(a){1}when it interrogates an employee about the union where the questioning reasonably tends to restrain ,coerce, or interfere with an employees rights guaranteed by the act. To determine whether the inquiry is coercive the board considers the following factors; the background, the nature of the information sought, the identity of the questioner, and the place and method of interrogation.  Would this apply union to union  as in union emloyee questioning union member?
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Re: Unlawful Interrogation

GDTRFB
sec 7  of the act says you have the right to 1) self organize...2)form join or assist labor organizations...3)bargain collectively through representatives of their choosing...4)engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining or other mutual aid or protection...5) to refrain from any or all of the above...seems to give the dockbuilders and anyone else the right to ask for another union to represent them. I wonder if that goes for DC's too.
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Re: Unlawful Interrogation

Daniel J. Franco
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Tom, is your question related to the "Important Message to Members" - "BEWARE OF ANY PERSON ASKING YOU TO SIGN A PETITION" flyer posted on the Council website?

http://nycdistrictcouncil.org/index.php?id=168&tx_mininews_pi1[showUid]=295&cHash=08443874b0
http://nycdistrictcouncil.org/fileadmin/pdf/Stop_Petition%20posted%20feb%2013_01.pdf
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Re: Unlawful Interrogation

TomMcGuire
that and to the members post on being harassed by BA's and being threatened by them with losing health and pension, a clear scare tactic. If that really happened it would be a pretty serious thing.