Skip to comments.Complaint filed against Minneapolis union
Posted on 11/28/2012 7:55:31 PM PST by TurboZamboni
The National Labor Relations Board regional office issued a complaint against Minneapolis-based Teamsters Local 974 after the union reportedly failed to follow proper procedures regarding an employee's request to refrain from paying a portion of his union dues.
A former employee with New Brighton Ford recently requested to stop paying union dues that supported nonrepresentational activities, according to Marlin Osthus, regional director for the Minneapolis National Labor Relations Board office.
His request is protected under union members' "Beck rights," a term coined from a 1988 Supreme Court decision that ruled unions could not require members to pay for their political activities.
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Obamacare:If its so wonderful, why are so many unions asking for(and getting) exemptions from it?
special rules for special folk
Those special folks are finding their days to be numbered.
those exemptions will soon be canceled, no more need to mollify the sheep