In a 4-0 decision, the National Labor Relations Board determined that employers are allowed to bar nonemployee union activists from their premises, even if they allow other nonemployees on their property for other purposes. "[A]n employer may deny access to non-employees seeking to engage in protest activities on its property while allowing nonemployee access for a wide range of charitable, civic, and commercial activities that are not similar in nature to protest activities," the board said.
NLRB: Employers do not have to allow nonemployee union activists on their property
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