Thursday, November 11, 2004

Swipe at NLRB on sexual harassment

In this post, a guest blogger at ACS takes issue with the decision of the National Labor Relations Board in the Holling Press case, on the point of whether a sexual harassment claimant was acting for the "mutual aid and protection" of other workers (as to fall within the scope of section 7 of the NLRA) when she tried to get a co-worker to testify in support of her claim.

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