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www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/unfair-labor-practices.html

Unfair labor practices are actions taken by employers or unions that are illegal under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and other labor laws. Some of these rules apply to the interactions between the employer and the union; others protect individual workers from unfair treatment by an employer or union.

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There's no question that favoritism is a bad management practice: It breeds resentment, destroys employee morale, and creates disincentives for good performance. Once employees see that benefits flow from being on the manager's good side -- rather than from doing a great job -- there's little point in working hard.

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Investigate unfair employment practices under laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act or the Equal Pay Act. Review Company Policies and Procedures. Readyour employee handbook and review the company's policy on resolving matters related to unfair practices in the workplace.

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At my current workplace I have endured unfair practices and I believe discrmintion and hostile environment. t I need to know if I have any options or recourse- I have seen inexperienced employees...

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Unfair labor practices can take many forms, from underage child labor to unpaid overtime. Specially dedicated government bodies like state and federal labor boards oversee labor practices so that ...

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Unfair labor practices exist when an employer or union has violated an employee's right to improve his or her work conditions. Examples of unfair labor practices include, but are not limited to, prohibiting employees to organize or join a union or participate in collective bargaining, retaliation toward an employee for filing a grievance and conspiring with unions or employers to discriminate ...

www.westerncape.gov.za/Text/2004/4/know_your_lra_chap8.pdf

Unfair treatment in the workplace Unfair treatment will not be tolerated at workplaces. 51. KNOW YOUR LRA Types of unfair labour practices The Act lists the following kinds of treatment as unfair labour practices. Unfair conduct of an employer relating to the promotion, demotion, probation or training of an ...

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Severe and pervasive conduct is an element of showing that there was in fact a hostile work environment. Severe and pervasive conduct is that which alters the conditions of employment and creates a hostile or abusive work environment. In determining whether the conduct was severe or pervasive, you should consider all the circumstances, including

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Write an employee manual, or add a section on unfair treatment and discrimination practices. Make it policy that no such practices are allowed in the company and in how its employees and customers ...

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Unfair Discrimination In The Workplace. While employees are quick to react strongly to revisions to appointment procedures, or promotions, or the extension of certain benefits to a select group of employees, and the question is whether or not their frustration or discouragement is justifiable?