Administration of the National Labor Relations Act: Hearings Before the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Eighty-ninth Congress, First Session...September 16 and 17, 1965

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1965 - 326 pages

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Page 251 - It is the purpose and policy of this Act, in order to promote the full flow of commerce, to prescribe the legitimate rights of both employees and employers in their relations affecting commerce, to provide orderly and peaceful procedures for preventing the interference by either with the legitimate rights of the other...
Page 169 - Respondent immediately upon receipt thereof and maintained by it for sixty (60) consecutive days thereafter in conspicuous places, including all places where notices to employees are customarily posted. Reasonable steps shall be taken by Respondent to insure that said notices are not altered, defaced, or covered by any other material; c.
Page 279 - ... in publications of national circulation from Maine to California and from the Canadian border to the Gulf. News dispatches carried word of the setting of this case all over the country, and it has attracted national...
Page 33 - ... interfered with, restrained, and coerced its employees in the exercise of their rights guaranteed in Section 7 of the Act.
Page 32 - Subcommittee concerning the effectuation of our national labor policies when it concluded that: "... a partial reason for the caseload and hence the delay in unfair labor practice cases, lies in the inadequate remedies of the Labor Board. Labor Board orders constitute in many situations no more than a 'slap on the wrist'.
Page 30 - Mr. Chairman, distinguished members of the Committee, ladies and gentlemen, my name is Perry L.
Page 208 - Those who might join or belong to a union are not going to get any advantages or any preferred treatment of any sort over those who do not join or belong to any union.
Page 55 - If anybody causes you any trouble at your work or puts you under any sort of pressure to join the Union, you should let the Company know, and we will undertake to see that this is stopped.
Page 35 - ... [The Company], through its plant superintendents, acting in collaboration, initiated and pursued a pattern of conduct the purpose of which was to crush the union movement. With scant regard for the means employed other than their effectiveness, it interfered with, restrained and coerced its employees in the exercise of their rights under the act, flagrantly, cynically and unlawfully.
Page 186 - Anybody who does so and who thereby neglects his own work or interferes with the work of others will be subject to discharge.

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