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NLRB Complaints

By: Beth Kevit//January 24, 2014//

NLRB Complaints

By: Beth Kevit//January 24, 2014//

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The National Labor Relations Board investigates complaints against employers or union chapters accused of violating the National Labor Relations Act. The board has not yet issued decisions on these complaints.

Company charged: Joy Global Inc., a Milwaukee mining equipment factory (UPDATE)

Date filed: Nov. 27

Date dismissed: Jan. 21.

The NLRB dismissed this complaint because the board would have been required to weigh competing interpretations of contract provisions.

Filed by: David Hansen, of Milwaukee

?Complaint: Since about Nov. 13, the employer has failed to bargain collectively and in good faith with the United Steelworkers, Local 1114, by unilaterally changing shutdown requirements.


Company charged: Legacy Property Management Inc., a Green Bay property management company

Date filed: Nov. 8

Date amended: Jan. 23

Filed by: Cody Bielski, of Green Bay

Complaint: The employer changed Bielski’s work schedule and reduced his hours on Sept. 6 and on fired him on Sept. 13 because he engaged in protected concerted activities or because the employer believed Bielski had done so.


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