appointed by the President to implement the rights of the workers (to ALJ who recommends findings to the NLRB; judicial review is available) through:
§ 8: Defines a series of unfair labor practices that employers and unions may violate.
(a)(3): ER cannot discriminate against a worker because of unionism.
(b)(2): Union cannot discriminate against a worker because of unionism.
(d): duty to meet and confer and bargain in good faith (wages, hours, other terms, etc.)
§ 9: Administrative avenue for unions seeking to establish collective bargaining relationships with employers. (There is no duty to make concessions or to reach agreement though).
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