Bloomberg Law
March 29, 2023, 9:39 PM

Masonry Company Must Rehire Five Workers, NLRB Judge Rules

Parker Purifoy
Parker Purifoy

A California masonry company must give a group of workers their jobs back after a National Labor Relations Board judge found it illegally fired them for organizing with a union.

NLRB Administrative Law Judge Gerald Etchingham ruled Wednesday that J. Ginger Masonry violated the National Labor Relations Act by firing the five masons for meeting with representatives from the International Union of Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers.

Eleven workers went to a meeting with union organizers in November 2021 and signed union authorization cards, Etchingham said in the ruling. Five of the workers were fired the next day and one testified ...

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