UNFAIR PRACTICE ISSUES; PROTECTED ACTIVITIES – In General
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300.01000 – In General
Access of employer’s premises by union officer for purpose of communicating with employees is protected activity, provided officer’s conduct complies with reasonable time and place regulations adopted by employer. Employer’s access regulation was unreasonable as applied to drivers’ assembly room because it prohibited union activity in a non-work area during non-working time without a legitimate business reason for doing so. Thus, union officer’s use of assembly room to discuss union matters with individual employees was protected activity.