Maryland Hospital Violated Labor Law in Nurse Union Campaign (2)

Sept. 11, 2020, 11:07 PM; Updated: Sept. 14, 2020, 8:40 PM

A Maryland hospital committed a slew of labor law violations for its anti-union conduct, including unlawfully interrogating, threatening, and surveilling workers related to their union activity, the National Labor Relations Board ruled.

A panel of the NLRB’s three Republican members upheld an administrative law judge’s 2017 ruling against Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland, in a ruling issued Friday. The case involves the hospital’s conduct during a union organizing campaign by National Nurses United.

Board member William Emanuel broke from his colleagues on three of the findings, a rare occurrence for the board’s Trump appointees. The points of disagreement ...

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