NLRB Finds Retaliation After Capitol Food Worker Strike

(Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The National Labor Relations Board has found that the Capitol’s food service vendor likely violated labor laws when supervisors retaliated against workers who went on strike.

In two separate cases, the NLRB found merit in allegations of retaliation, which included charges of interrogation and coercive statements. Workers in the Capitol Visitor Center and the Dirksen Senate Office Building filed unfair labor practice complaints against the vendor...

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