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NLRB ISSUES HISTORIC COMPLAINT ALLEGING MISCLASSIFICATION VIOLATES NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT

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NLRB ISSUES HISTORIC COMPLAINT ALLEGING MISCLASSIFICATION VIOLATES NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT

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Apr 28, 2016

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The National Labor Relations Board last month issued a precedent-setting complaint alleging that misclassification is a violation of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Based on arguments set forth by Counsel for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the NLRB complaint finds that Intermodal Bridge Transport has interfered with port truck drivers’ right to organize under the NLRA by misclassifying those drivers as independent contractors. The NLRB complaint is groundbreaking because, for the first time, it claims that the very act of misclassification constitutes an unfair labor practice by effectively sending the message to workers that they do not have the right to organize a union. This development will give a critical boost to the organizing efforts of thousands of misclassified drivers at the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach as well as millions of other misclassified workers across the country.

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Misclassification Flouts Drivers Union Rights NLRB Claims

Intermodal Bridge Transport Drivers Strike In California, Alleging Unfair Labor Practices

In Historic Case, Port Trucker Misclassification Goes Before Courts

NLRB Action Claims Intermodal Bridge Transport Misclassified Drivers