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Unfair Labor Practices: Connecticut

Unfair Labor Practices requirements for other states

Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.

Author: Susan Borowski, Reliable Writing Services

Summary

  • The Connecticut State Labor Relations Act (SLRA) lists the actions committed by employers that constitute unfair labor practices, including surveillance, blacklisting, and interfering with employees' rights. See Employer Unfair Labor Practices.
  • The State Board of Labor Relations is responsible for processing and investigating complaints of unfair labor practices. See Investigation of Unfair Labor Practices.
  • The penalties for anyone interfering with the Board or with the free exercise by employees of the right to select representatives in an election directed by the Board include a fine and imprisonment. See Penalties.