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Menard’s Chain Threatens 60% Pay Cut For Managers If Workers Go Union

December 11 , 2015
By Doug Cunningham
Workers Independent News

The Progressive Magazine has revealed a threat from Menard's stores to cut managers' pay by 60% should a union be organized there. The threat is in a contract provision obtained by The Progressive.

It says “The Manager’s income shall be automatically reduced by sixty percent (60%) of what it would have been if a union of any type is recognized within your particular operation during the term of this Agreement." Carin Clauss, emeritus professor of law at the UW-Madison and former U.S. Solicitor of Labor, says Menard's could face a valid legal challenge if a complaint is filed with the National Labor Relations Board. It's illegal to “interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees” who are exercising their union rights. To hear the audio click the following link labor 

December 10, 2015

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