The Second Circuit said that the employer's rule on notification of employee absence was trumped by the union's providing the requisite advance notice for the strike, but employees who had affirmatively represented they would be working during the strike placed patients in "foreseeable imminent danger."
Denying NLRB, Circuit Faults Striking Home Health Aides
New York Law Journal
February 28, 2013
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