The thrust of this discussion is to concentrate on several tactics utilized mainly by employers (Soliciting and/or Remedying Grievances during an Election Campaign and Interrogation and Polling) and a tactic used solely by the union (Waiver of Initiation Fees). Following these discussions, a chapter will be devoted to Interference with the Board's Election Process by both parties. Finally, the issue of Misrepresentations in an election campaign will be discussed in depth as this issue is very important today in light of the ever changing approach of the Board over the past several decades.
Frisby, John D. Jr.
"Selected Campaign Tactics Permitted Under the National Labor Relations Act,"
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