El Super Workers WIN BIG!!!
FEDERAL COURT FINDS COMPANY MUST IMMEDIATELY REMEDYTHEIR UNLAWFUL ACTIONS
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) secured a rare form of injunctive relief from "irreparable harm" caused by El Supers unfair labor practices. The "lOj" injunction signifies that a federal judge would agree that the company's actions were so bad, an immediate remedy was called
THREE ISSUES - THREE VICTORIES!
- Finding the company had unlawfully terminated Fermin Rodriguez for his union activity the Court ordered El Super to immediately reinstate Mr. Rodriguez to his former position as cashier
at Store #13.
- Finding the Company unlawfully unilaterally changed its vacation policy the Court ordered the El Super to reverse the changes to the vacation policy, and (1) ensure employees accrue one week of vacation time during their first year of employment and (2) accrued time is calculated on a
yearly basis upon the completion of each full year worked.
- The Company tells the Court it now recognizes it has a legal obligation to bargain - The Court accepts this agreement to return to the table - Bargaining will resume with the Unions on August 18th.
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