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what is the typical outcome when employers or unions violate the nlra? group of answer choices all charges against the employer or union are dropped. the union is assigned punitive damages up to 80% of costs. the employer is ordered to shut down until a fair compromise is reached. the nlra takes on the role of criminal law and takes the union to court. the employer or union is ordered to stop unfair labor practices.

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The employer or union is ordered to stop unfair labor practices.

  • Q:What is the NLRA? A: The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is a federal law that protects employees' rights to join or form a union, engage in collective bargaining, and take collective action (such as strikes).
  • Q: What happens when employers or unions violate the NLRA? A: The employer or union is ordered to stop unfair labor practices.