Unfair Labor Practices
An Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) is a violation of the National Labor Relations Act. Both unions and companies can be charged with committing ULPs.
Here are some examples of union conduct that violates the NLRA:
Threatening employees with job loss unless they support the Union.
Bad faith bargaining during negotiations with the company.
Refusing to process a grievance because an employee has criticized union officers.
Failing to fairly represent an employee covered by a collective bargaining agreement.
Fining employees who attempt to decertify an unwanted union.
Since 2010, union members and companies have filed 140 ULPs against the CNA.
Sources: The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
If the CNA treats its current members this poorly, you should ask yourself if you really want to put your future, and your family’s future, in the hands of the CNA.