Assume that an unfair labour practice charge was filed against your company by several current employees and three prospective employees.
On July 29, 2016, Delphi Golf, Inc. and the union entered a collective bargaining agreement. The majority of the company’s employees covered by the agreement had not designated the union as their collective-bargaining representative. The agreement contains a union-security clause requiring employees who are members in good standing of the union to maintain their membership in good standing and all other employees to become members of the union on or before the 31st day following the effective date of the agreement or the date of their hire. The union instructed Delphi Golf, Inc. not to employ three servers for restaurant positions in the company because the servers were not members of the union. The company is an employer within the meaning of Section 2(2) of the activities engaged in commerce within the meaning of Section 2(6) and (7) of the act.
provide a clear background allowing a clear understanding
Explain the process and steps involved your company will have to take to defend this action.
Ascertain the defences to the action and determine if the union employees have valid claims.
What actions, if any, should the employer have done differently?
What actions by the union should have been done differently? Who, if anyone, is liable?