Complaining To Co-Workers About Work Conditions

      The National Labor Relations Act protects workers from being fired or disciplined for discussing or complaining about work conditions with fellow employees.  Although the Act generally governs union activities or efforts to form a union, Section 7 of the Act applies to non-union work places as well.  It provides:  "Employees shall have the right . . . to  engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining or other mutual aid or protection."

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