Case analysis: Employee dismisal

Case Analysis (62% of the test)  In the case below, an employee files a Section 8(a)1 complaint with the NLRB against his employer for firing him.  The employer asserts that it has terminated the employee lawfully.  After reading the facts of the case, explain what the decision should be (who should win). Also explain any remedies that are needed. Be sure to identify the legal concepts involved and use details from the case to show evidence in support of your position. Please limit your analysis to 2-3 double-spaced pages. Tip – Consider:What is the employee’s argument?  Why does he think he was fired?  In his view, which specific provision in the NLRA was broken?  What does the provision require? Using the NLRA requirements, discuss whether the facts in this case support the employee’s position that his termination constituted an unlawful labor practice.  What is the employer’s argument? Why did it fire the employee? Does the NLRA prohibit that reason? Using the NLRA requirements, discuss whether the facts in this case support the employer’s decision to terminate the employee.  As the NLRB judge, who do you think is right? Which side has the right reason, legal framework, and details (evidence) to support its interpretation of the law? 

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