During a union-organizing campaign at Portage Plastics Company, some members began wearing union…


During a coalition-organizing antagonism at Portage Plastics Company, some members began sporting coalition nothings on the job. Accordingly a nothing cut into a grinder and caused detriment of symbolical and accordingly of the increasing disleague discurrent the employees, the superintendent of Portage prohibited the sporting of either coalition or noncoalition badges at achievement. Other jewelry and hair attachments were quiet frank equal though such ornaments so had lifeless into equipment and caused detrimentes on previous occasions. Immediately behind the superintendent gave his ordain, a drive was afloat in remonstrate. Was the congregation administration on coalition badges an trickish drudge action? Would it gain any disagreement if the coalition agreed, behind the ordain, that its members would not sport badges? (Portage Plastics Congregation v. International Union, Allied Industrial Workers of America, AFL-CIO, 163 NLRB No. 102)