Tip Tuesday: 5 Examples of Rights Protected by the National Labor Relations Act
June 04, 2024

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), a federal law passed in 1935, established workers' rights to organize and bargain collectively.

Below are five examples of rights protected by the NLRA:

  1. Forming or attempting to form a union among employees
  2. Joining a union, whether the company recognizes the union or not
  3. Assisting a union to organize employees
  4. Engaging in a strike under lawful conditions
  5. Refraining from activity on behalf of a union
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