• Board of Labor Relations
  • Board of Labor Relations
  • 4625
  • Dec 07 2012 (Date Decided)
  • Low, Battey and Collins
Connecticut case law is clear that employees must possess a community of interest for a bargaining unit to be considered appropriate and, with regard to the objective factors required to show a community of interest, such as a similarity of jobs, working conditions and common supervision, the Labor Board requires a particular showing in cases where the petition seeks to carve out a smaller group of employees from an existing unit.

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