Greyhound Wrongly Fired Driver After Fiery Talk, NLRB Says

Law360 (May 7, 2019, 6:55 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that Greyhound ran afoul of federal labor law when it fired a union steward following a heated confrontation with a manager, rejecting the company's claim that the steward punched the boss and noting that the manager had "fabricated" an injury.

Though the three-member panel's Monday decision took issue with some of an administrative law judge's findings, it affirmed his overall conclusion that Greyhound Lines Inc. violated the National Labor Relations Act by firing Louis Little, a bus driver at the company's Cleveland, Ohio, facility who had been a steward for 20 years. Little had...

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