Conflicting Union and Confidentiality Agreements

Hatch, D. Diane
November 2000
Workforce;Nov2000, Vol. 79 Issue 11, p94
Deals with the lawsuit filed by several employees of Roseburg Forest Products Co. with the National Labor Relations Board in March 1995. Background information on the case; Contention of the company; Claims of the employees; Ruling of the board on the case.


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