Unemployers Charge Against Lechmere

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(Cheeseman2013) Lechmere was an owned and operated a large retail store in a shopping plaza. A Nonemployee union organized and campaigned. They brought together the store employees and entered the company 's parking lot they placed handbills on vehicles windshields. Lechmere forbidden solicitation and literature distribution on its property. After being told they could not solicit on the property the union organizers continued to hand out leaflets despite continued objections from Lechmere. The then union filed an unfair labor practice charge against Lechmere. And the National labor Relations Board ruled in favor of the union. (Cheeseman2013) I think employers ' property rights take precedence over the rights of nonemployees to engage
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