The 25-page decision was released last week by the NLRB
U.S. cannabis multistate giant Curaleaf engaged in unfair labor practices by “implicitly” promising certain retail store workers in Massachusetts increased benefits and better employment conditions if they didn’t support unionization, a labor court judge ruled.
The 25-page decision last week by National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge Ira Sandron in Washington DC is a cautionary tale for marijuana businesses in terms of how they communicate with employees when unionizing activities are under way.
However, the judge dismissed several other allegations against Massachusetts-based Curaleaf, including a claim the company unlawfully terminated an employee because of her pro-union views.
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