Code of Maryland Regulations
Chapter 14.30.07 - Unfair Labor Practices - Unfair Labor Practices-Employer

Universal Citation: MD Code Reg Unfair Labor Practices-Employer

A. Except as provided in ยง B of this regulation, the following acts by an employer, or its agents or representatives, are unfair labor practices:

(1) Interfering with, restraining, or coercing employees in the exercise of rights under the Collective Bargaining Law;

(2) Dominating, interfering with, contributing financial or other support to, or assisting in the formation, existence, or administration of any labor organization;

(3) Granting administrative leave to employees for the purpose of attending employer-sponsored or employer-supported meetings or events about an election or a specific labor organization or labor organizations in general unless the employer also grants employees at least the same amount of administrative leave to attend labor organization sponsored or supported meetings or employee meetings;

(4) Discriminating in hiring, tenure, or any term or condition of employment to encourage or discourage membership in any employee organization;

(5) Discharging or discriminating against an employee because of the signing or filing of an affidavit, petition, or complaint, or giving any information or testimony in connection with matters under this subtitle;

(6) Failing to provide all employee organizations involved in an election the same rights of access as prescribed by the Board or otherwise violating the access regulations adopted by the Board in COMAR 14.30.07 or elsewhere;

(7) Engaging in surveillance of union activities;

(8) Refusing to bargain in good faith with the exclusive bargaining representative; or

(9) Engaging in a lockout.

B. Where statutory language addresses issues in this chapter, the statutory provisions shall take precedence over this chapter.

(Regulation .01 adopted effective May 27, 2002 (29:10 Md. R. 826)
Regulation .01 amended effective October 22, 2007 (34:21 Md. R. 1917))
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