Worried about your employer’s arbitrary decisions?
No dignity at work?
What’s the answer? Join NUHHCE!
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS:
Under Federal Labor Law, it is unlawful for your Employer or Supervisor to interfere with, restrain,
or coerce employees to organize or join a Union. The following are examples of unlawful activity by
Employers or Supervisors.
- They CAN NOT tell employees that the institution will fire or punish them if they engage in union activity.
- They CAN NOT lay off or discharge any employee for union activity.
- They CAN NOT grant employees wage increases or special concessions in order to keep the Union out.
- They CAN NOT bar employee union representatives from talking with members during non-working hours.
- They CAN NOT ask employees about confidential union matters or meetings.
- They CAN NOT ask employees about the union or union representatives.
- They CAN NOT ask employees how they intend to vote.
- They CAN NOT ask employees whether they belong to a union or have signed up for a union.
- They CAN NOT by the nature of the work assignment, create conditions intended to get rid of any employee because of his or her union activity.