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Piece of advice... - sm

Posted: Nov 28th, 2017 - 2:09 am In Reply to: Labor board violation? - Laura

When you request the email and/or contact information, YOU MUST SPECIFY that the reason for the request is "for the purpose of exploring labor organization options" or words to that effect. If you don't include such language, the company will NOT be in violation of federal labor laws because you won't be able to show that they knew what your purpose was or that they refused your request merely in order to frustrate your organization efforts.

For instance, they could say that they were "protecting the privacy of our employees" and that "We do not have, and have never requested, permission from our employees to release their personal information to anyone..."

As you can imagine, such a defense would be given great weight in any court in these days of identity theft, etc. In fact, don't be surprised if, even with such clarification, the company comes back and says they have to get such permission from employees before they release anything to you.

Capiche?

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