unfair labor practices

Definition:
Those employer or union activities classified as "unfair" by federal or state labor relations acts. Under the NLRA, employer unfair labor practices include employer threats against protected collective activity, employer domination of unions, discrimination against employees for collective activity, and employer failure to bargain in good faith with union representatives. Union unfair labor practices include failure to represent all members of the bargaining unit, failure to bargain in good faith, and secondary boycotts. The RLA and many state public sector labor laws contain definitions of unfair labor practices which are similar to the NLRA definitions.

 

Glossary Index: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Find JobsPost JobsForumNewsUnions
AboutContactConditions of UsePrivacy
© 2004-2018 Union Workers®. All rights reserved.