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homie

Junior Member
You responded too lay off against labor contract, You stated there was a specific case which addressed this. If by chance this reference info comes available, could you please post it in order to give myself an avenue for presentation? Thanks for the response.
 
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buddy2bear

Guest
Dear Homie:
I can't find the darn thing. You know how it is, you put something where you won't forget it, and then you promptly forget it!

At any rate, go to http://www.nlrb.gov. Go to "Decisions" box. When you bop in there, go to "search instructions." Type in a keyword, such as "super seniority" or anything else you are looking for.

If you have Acrobat Reader on your computer, then you click on the PDF file notation, which should be highlighted in blue.

If you do not have Acrobat Reader on your computer, then before you do all this, go to Acrobat.com and download the free version and install on your desktop. It does everything itself so you should have no problem other than answering "yes, yes." This will allow you to read PDF files. Government files are usually in PDF or Wordperfect format.
 

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