EMPLOYER INTERFERENCE; RESTRAINT, COERCION; SURVEILLANCE – In General; Unlawful Surveillance
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403.01000 – In General; Unlawful Surveillance
The NLRB has generally found that an employer has engaged in unlawful surveillance when the employer photographs or videotapes employees or openly engages in recordkeeping of employees participating in union activities. The mere observation of open, public union activity on or near the employer’s property, however, does not constitute unlawful surveillance.