National Labor Relations Board v. Underwood Machinery Co. - First Circuit United States Court Of Appeals

National Labor Relations Board v. Underwood Machinery Co.

By First Circuit United States Court Of Appeals

  • Release Date: 1949-12-20
  • Genre: Law
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MCALLISTER, C.J.: The National Labor Relations Board filed its petition for enforcement of two orders issued against respondent, here consolidated for argument. The orders required respondent to cease and desist from refusing to bargain collectively with a designated union; from discouraging membership therein; and from interfering with, restraining, or coercing its employees in the exercise of their right to self-organization. They further required respondent to bargain collectively upon request with a designated union; to offer, when work was available, full reinstatement to his former position, or one substantially equivalent, to a certain employee; immediate reinstatement to their former positions to two other employees, all without prejudice to their seniority and other rights and privileges; to make whole these employees for any loss of pay suffered by reason of respondents discrimination against them; and to post notices notifying all of its employees of its compliance with the foregoing.

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