A member of the United Electrical Workers Union was discharged from the J. H. Day Company because of his refusal to testify concerning his communist affiliation before the Ohio Un-American Activities Committee and because of the unfavorable publicity which had resulted. Under grievance procedure, the union brought the matter before arbitration. Findings, there was no just cause for dismissal. The employee is entitled to back pay and to reinstatement subject to security clearance. J. H. Day Company,. 22 LAB. Aim. RBP. 751 (1954).
Mary L. Ryan,
Labor Law - Arbitration - Right of Employer of Discharge Employer Who Refuses to Testify Concerning His Communist Affiliation,
Mich. L. Rev.
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