Monday, March 17, 2008

RoadTrip March 15 2008 ...

We had an organizing meeting this weekend in Fresno Ca. The FedEx Watch Dogs must say that they were impressed with Saturdays turn out. We would like to thank Darrell and the Brothers of Local 431. Not only for their support, but with their hospitality in making this road trip and organizing meeting a great success!

BE WISE AND ORGANIZE FRESNO !

1 comment:

Joe Nuno said...

I would like to thank all the drivers and dockworkers from Fresno for showing up on Saturday for our introduction organizing meeting at Local 431. Remember your rights covered by the NRLA:

Examples of Employer Conduct Which Violate the NLRA Are:

* Threatening employees with loss of jobs or benefits if they join or vote for a union or engage in protected concerted activity.
* Threatening to close the plant if employees select a union to represent them.
* Questioning employees about their union sympathies or activities in circumstances that tend to interfere with, restrain or coerce employees in the exercise of their rights under the Act.
* Promising benefits to employees to discourage their union support.
* Transferring, laying off, terminating, assigning employees more difficult work tasks, or otherwise punishing employees because they engaged in union or protected concerted activity.
* Transferring, laying off, terminating, assigning employees more difficult work tasks, or otherwise punishing employees because they filed unfair labor practice charges or participated in an investigation conducted by NLRB.

Examples of Labor Organization Conduct Which Violate the NLRA Are:

* Threats to employees that they will lose their jobs unless they support the union.
* Seeking the suspension, discharge or other punishment of an employee for not being a union member even if the employee has paid or offered to pay a lawful initiation fee and periodic fees thereafter.
* Refusing to process a grievance because an employee has criticized union officials or because an employee is not a member of the union in states where union security clauses are not permitted.
* Fining employees who have validly resigned from the union for engaging in protected concerted activities following their resignation or for crossing an unlawful picket line.
* Engaging in picket line misconduct, such as threatening, assaulting, or barring non-strikers from the employer's premises.
* Striking over issues unrelated to employment terms and conditions or coercively enmeshing neutrals into a labor dispute