EMPLOYER DOMINATION OR ASSISTANCE; DOMINATION OF OR ASSISTANCE TO LABOR ORGANIZATIONS – In General
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700.01000 – In General
To state a prima facie case of unlawful domination or interference, the charging party must allege facts that demonstrate that the employer’s conduct tends to interfere with the internal activities of an employee organization or tends to influence the choice between employee organizations. Proof that an employer intended to unlawfully dominate, assist or influence employees’ free choice is not required, nor is it necessary to prove that employees actually changed membership as a result of the employer’s act.