Standard Concrete Products Inc. vs. Teamsters Local Name: Institutional Affiliation: Date: Standard Concrete Products Inc. vs. Teamsters Local Summary of the case The case involves Standard Concrete Products Inc and its employees in Corona who had gone on strike because they had a belief that the company was bargaining with Local 952 in a deal that would be in their favor. The second day of the strike saw the members of the Corona bargaining unit extend picket lines with members of the Orange County who had their own CBA with terms of operations with the aggrieved party. When other members of the company join in they do so without having full knowledge of the issues that transpired between the company and the complainant. Such people therefore have a high likelihood of being skewed in their perception of issues and take actions that would not be necessary in the first place. References Brecher J. (2014). Strike!. PM Press. United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit. (2003). Standard Concrete Products Inc. plaintiff-appellee v. General Truck Drivers Office Food and Warehouse Union Local 952 [...]
Read the Standard Concrete Products, Inc. vs. Teamsters Local 952 Case Study that is attached to this work order and write a 2-page paper addressing the following questions: 1. Provide a two paragraph summary of the case. 2. Define a "sympathy strike?" How does it apply to this case study? 3. Does a general no-strike clause that does not reference "sympathy strikes" constitute a waiver of the right to participate in a sympathy strike? Why or Why not? Be sure to use APA format with one outside reference source cited.