NLRB Backs Firing Of Striking Pizza Co. Workers

Law360, New York (May 01, 2013, 8:48 PM ET) -- Pizza maker Palermo Villa Inc. didn't violate federal labor law when it fired 75 striking employees for failing to reverify their work authorization during a unionization drive and immigration crackdown, the National Labor Relations Board's general counsel office ruled last week.

The NLRB general counsel's office issued an April 25 decision denying an appeal from the Palermo Workers Union and affirming an NLRB regional director's decision from November that refused to issue a complaint on claims that the company cut down the time workers had to...
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