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Union Corruption Roundup

SEIU Healthcare Michigan Hit With ULP
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), now unanimously pro-union, found that SEIU Healthcare Michigan violated the rights of one of its own employees by not handing over files it is required to share. The Washington Free Beacon reports that the SEIU must post a notice that it was found to have committed an unfair labor practice (ULP). The notice will read: “The National Labor Relations Board has found that we violated Federal labor law … We will not in any like or related manner restrain or coerce you.”

Union Violence in Philadelphia
National Review has been covering the violence of the Philadelphia labor unions and what they are willing to do to get their way. Arson is one of the more popular tactics. We’ve covered this activity in the past, proving that the union thug tradition continues.

UFCW Local Takes a Mulligan on its Election
Supermarket News reports that the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 5 must redo its elections because of potential violations found by the international union. The chief opponent to the incumbent president says that he was fired prior to the election for just daring to run. The challenger says that he did not believe the president was doing enough to find for the best interests of the membership.

Check out all of January’s reports from the Office of Labor Management Standards here.

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