Management at the Hard Rock Hotel agreed today to settle with the National Labor Relations Board charges that the company took part in unreasonable labor practices to withstand unionization efforts by the Culinary Employee Union Resident 226.
No information of the settlement were released.
Culinary agents said in a declaration that management at the Acid rock had actually distributed anti-union product to workers in an attempt to persuade them that signing up with the union would be meaningless.
Agents from the Acid Rock did not respond to emails and calls seeking remark.
Inning accordance with a National Labor Relations Board webpage, the union filed the charges, which issue Section 8(a)( 1) of the National Labor Relations Act, versus the Acid Rock in September.
That area mentions that it is an unreasonable labor practice for a company “to interfere with, limit, or push employees in the workout of the rights guaranteed in Area 7” of the Act.
The settlement won’t be finalized until the local director for the NLRB, Cornele A. Overstreet, validate it, which might not happen up until after the Christmas holiday.