Did the shopping mall violate the NLRA?

1. An employer, Ashley Furniture of Arcadia, Wisconsin, instructed its employees not to discuss such workplace issues as disciplinary infractions, the expiration of an employee’s work permit, or the receipt of a “no-match” letter from the Social Security Administration. Did the employer violate the NLRA? Explain. See Ashley Furniture Industries , 353 NLRB 071 (2008). 2. Dick’s Sporting Goods used a nonunion contractor to prepare for its opening in a Watertown, New York, shopping mall. The local carpenters’ union requested permission of the shopping mall’s operator to distribute literature in the mall protesting the use of a nonunion contractor. While the mall had previously allowed such charitable organizations as the American Cancer Society and the Boy Scouts to distribute materials on its property, it rejected the union’s request. Did the shopping mall violate the NLRA? Explain. See Salmon Run Shopping Center v. NLRB , 534 F.3d 108 (2nd Cir. 2008).

 
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