Law360 (October 15, 2020, 7:13 PM EDT) -- Frontier Communications Corp. will have to enter collective bargaining over its request that employees fill out entirely new I-9 forms since the telecom company could fire a worker for an incomplete or missing form, a National Labor Relations Board judge said.
The remedy comes after the judge found Wednesday that Frontier violated the National Labor Relations Act by not putting its request through a local Communications Workers of America union before asking employees directly. The judge said the union deserved a say in how the telecom company verified U.S. employment eligibility, despite Frontier's argument that complying with federal law was not...
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