• Board of Labor Relations
  • Board of Labor Relations
  • 4621
  • Nov 15 2012 (Date Decided)
  • Battey and Dellapina with Low dissenting
A complainant alleging that employees were discriminated against in their employment because of union activity has the initial burden of showing that the discriminatory action was taken because of protected activities, or at least that the protected activities were a substantial factor in bringing about the adverse actions.

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