What is Unfair labor practice (ULP)?

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Unfair labor practice refers to actions which violate relevant employment legislation regarding transgression carried out on by an employer or a union.

Unfair labor practice definition (ULP)

Unfair labor practice refers to actions which violate relevant employment legislation regarding transgression carried out on by an employer or a union.

This legislation are part of National Labor Relations Act (NLRA, and are investigated by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) under the U.S. law.


Examples of unfair labor practices

When employers refuse to bargain with a union that has permission to represent its employees or discriminate an employee from engaging in union action.

Unfair labor aslo occurs when unions serve as a cause for an employer to discriminate against an employee, strike or picket a health-care establishment without giving the necessary notice.



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