NLRB Judge Calls Foul On AT&T Unit's Union Button Ban [telecom]

An AT&T unit violated federal labor law by maintaining guidelines that prohibited wearing union buttons on work apparel and then stopping workers from sporting the buttons during contract negotiations, a National Labor Relations Board judge has held.

NLRB Administrative Law Judge Michael A. Rosas said in his decision Tuesday that Indiana Bell Telephone Co. Inc. had the burden of showing that there were special circumstances that justified maintaining guidelines that limited certain technicians' rights under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act to wear union insignia.

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