NLRB Affirms That Hawaii Hotel Illegally Stunted Union Push

By Joyce Hanson (April 11, 2017, 5:17 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board on Monday affirmed an administrative law judge's 2016 finding that Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel in Hawaii tried to thwart a union campaign illegally, while modifying the judge's conclusions of law to conform to her unfair labor practice findings.

The decision and order adopted the recommended order of Administrative Law Judge Mara-Louise Anzalone, relying on her findings that the hotel's vice president of operations, Gary Ettinger, violated the National Labor Review Act by telling employees to stop their rallies or they would lose work, to stop bothering their coworkers about the union at home or the police...

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