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Employee Associations
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Employee associations take many forms: employment committees, labor organizations, recreational and social organizations, clubs, and athletic groups. Certain employee associations, such as labor organizations, are legally protected by employees’ right to organize under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Employee committees that deal with the terms and conditions of employment are illegal if they are controlled or dominated by management. Legal employee committees serve many useful functions including getting employee input and involvement and organizing social recreational activities.
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