Dump Truck Co.'s Post-Union Election Closure Ruled Illegal

By Braden Campbell (February 9, 2017, 3:04 PM EST) -- A Brooklyn dump truck company trimmed operations in retaliation for its drivers voting to join the Teamsters and later illegally attempted to resume its full volume of work conditional on its employees rejecting the union, a National Labor Relations Board judge ruled Wednesday.

NLRB Administrative Law Judge Benjamin W. Green ordered Dawn Trucking owner Henry Burey to reinstate and provide back pay to six drivers he effectively fired in November 2015, the day after they voted to form a union.

Days before the company's six drivers were scheduled to vote in a union election, Dawn Trucking sent them a notice alongside...

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