Did You Know The Employer Cannot…
1. Engage in open or undercover surveillance of workers union organizing activities or give the impression that the workers are under surveillance.
2. Tell workers that the company will fire or punish them in union activity.
3. Lay off, discharge, or discipline any worker for union activity.
4. Grant workers wage increases, special concessions, or benefits in order to keep the union out.
5. Ask workers about union matters, union meetings, etc.
6. Ask workers what they think about the union or a union representative.
7. Ask workers how they intend to vote.
8. Threaten workers with reprisal for participation in union activities.
9. Promise benefits to workers if they reject the union.
10. Form a “Company Union” dominate, or give financial support or other assistance to a union.
11. Announce that the company will not deal with the union.
12. Threaten to close of in fact close, or move in order to avoid dealing with the unions.
13. Ask workers whether or not they belong to a union of have signed up for union representation.
14. make anti-union statements or act in a way that might show preference for a non union worker.
15. Make distinction between union and non-union workers when assigning overtime or desirable work.
16. Deliberately team up non union workers and keep them apart from those supporting the union.
17. Transfer workers on the basis of union affiliation or activities.
18. Choose workers to be “black balled” or let go in order to weaken the union strength, or discourage membership in the union.
19. Discriminate against union workers when disciplining others.
20. Fail to grant a scheduled benefit or wage increase because of union activity.
21. Take action that adversely affects any job or pay because of union activity.
22. Threaten workers or coerce them in an attempt to influence their vote.
23. Threaten a union member through a third party.
24. Promise workers a reward if they do not unionize.
25. Say unionization will force the company to let you go.
26. Say unionization will do away with any privileges presently in effect.
27. Start a petition or circular against the union or encourage or take part in its circulation if started by other people.
28. Urge the workers they represent to induce others to oppose the union or keep out of it.
29. Visit the homes of the workers to urge them to reject the union.
30. Deviate from company policy for the purpose of getting rid of a union supporter.
Any Of The Acts Listed Above May Constitute
A Violation Of The National Labor Relations Act.