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Guidelines For Investigation of "Salting" Claims Issued.

On February 15, 2008, the Office of the General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued two guideline memoranda to Regional Directors, Officers-in-Charge, and Resident Officers, outlining the NLRB's rationale in two recent decisions, and providing guidance for analyzing, investigating, and pleading union "salting" claims in light of those decisions.

Construction Company's Discharge Of Union "Salt" Held Unlawful.

The federal appellate court with jurisdiction over South Carolina employers recently ruled against a nonunion employer who fired an employee for dishonesty after he started distributing union materials. According to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, there was sufficient evidence that the employer, which did not thoroughly investigate the dishonesty allegation, was motivated by anti-union animus.