EMPLOYER INTERFERENCE, RESTRAINT, COERCION; THREATS OR PROMISES – In General
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405.01000 – In General
Employer statements asserting a right to influence or direct the employees’ choice of a representative are impliedly coercive, because they convey the impression that engaging in union or other concerted activity is futile. Allegation that human resources official told employee that she, rather than employee, would choose employee’s union representative for him constituted prima facie case of interference with protected rights.