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Fort Benning, Georgia

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School bus service contractor

During an organizing campaign by UNITE HERE Local 23 (Union) in 2013, Taylor Motors (Employer), which contracts school bus services with the U.S. Department of Defense, solicited employee grievances, promised its employees improved terms and conditions of employment if employees stopped supporting the Union, and threatened them with a loss of benefit by misrepresenting the extent to which they could bring issues and complaints to management if they chose the Union to represent them.  

On March 17, 2014, after the Board authorized the NLRB’s Atlanta Regional Office to institute Section 10(j) injunctive proceedings in district court against the Employer, but before the Section 10(j) petition was filed, the parties entered into a formal settlement stipulation, providing for entry of a consent Board order and a consent court of appeals judgment.  On July 1, 2014, the Board entered the decision and order wherein the Employer agreed to cease and desist from engaging in unlawful conduct and to post a notice informing employees of their rights under the NLRA.

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Fort Benning, Georgia
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