No Anti-Union Animus in Firing

First suspended, then terminated, for posting in the lunchroom the names of workers who the employer alleged had been coerced into signing union cards, a worker argued that his termination was tainted by anti-union animus. The employer argued that the termination was for a violation of the company’s “zero tolerance” policy with respect to workplace harassment.

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