Attend any PRN meetings, park
across the street from meeting places to see which employees participate or engage in any
undercover activity which would indicate that the employees are being kept under
surveillance to determine who is and who is not participating in PRN.
Tell employees that the employer will fire or punish them if they
engage in activity on behalf of PRN.
Lay off or discharge any employee for supporting PRN.
Grant employees wage increases or special concession in order to keep
Bar PRN representatives from soliciting employee memberships during
Ask employees about confidential PRN matters, meetings, etc. (Some
employees may, of their own accord, walk up and tell of such matters. It is not an unfair
labor practice to listen, but they must not ask questions to obtain additional
Ask employees what they think about PRN or a PRN representative.
Ask employees how they intend to vote.
Threaten employees with economic reprisal for participating in PRN
activities. For example, threaten to close the residency program, curtail operations,
reduce employees’ benefits.
Promise benefits to employees if they reject PRN.
Give financial support or other assistance to PRN or to employees,
regardless of whether or not they are supporting or opposing PRN.
Announce that they will not deal with PRN.
Tell employees that the Employer will fire or punish them if they
engage in activities on behalf or in support of PRN.
Ask employees whether or not they belong to PRN or have signed up for
Transfer employees on the basis of PRN affiliation or activity.
Discriminate against PRN supporters when disciplining employees.
Discipline PRN supporters for a particular action and permit other to
go unpunished for the same action.
Deviate from standard policy for the purpose of getting rid of the PRN.
Threaten their workers or coerce them in an attempt to influence their
Promise employees a reward or a future benefit if they vote against
Say selecting the PRN will result in lost vacations or other benefits
and privileges presently enjoyed.
Promise employees raises or other benefits if they drop their PRN
membership or refrain from joining it.
Start a petition or circular against PRN or encourage or take part in
its circulation if started by employees.
Visit the homes of employees to urge them to reject PRN.