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National Labor Relations Board v. Columbus McKinnon Corp.

May 4, 1966

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, PETITIONER
v.
COLUMBUS MCKINNON CORPORATION, RESPONDENT.



Before MOORE, and SMITH, Judges.

Per Curiam: This cause came on to be heard upon the petition of the National Labor Relations Board for summary entry of a Decree against Respondent herein, enforcing its order dated December 10, 1964.This Court has considered the entire transcript of record filed in this cause, and being fully advised in the premises, handed down its decision granting the petition and enforcing the said order of the Board. In conformity therewith, it is hereby

Ordered, ADJUDGED AND DECREED THAT:

A. Respondent Columbus McKinnon Corporation, its officers, agents, successors, and assigns, shall:

1. Cease and desist from:

(a) Refusing, upon request, to furnish Lodge No. 2108, International Association of Machinists, AFL-CIO, as the agent for the exclusive representation of the employees included within the following unit:

All employees of the Employer at its Plant 1, 2, and 3 (located in Tonawanda, North Tonawanda, and Buffalo, New York) including, inspectors, except for office employees, who shall include main, factory, shipping and receiving office employees (meaning office employees in the shipping and receiving office), and hospital employees and other employees engaged in timekeeping, production scheduling, expediting and dispatching, irrespective of their particular places of employment; guards, who shall include both inside and outside guards and watchmen; draftsmen, technical and engineering employees, development and experimental laboratory employees, top hoist inspector, and three final hoist inspectors, foremen, assistant foremen, and supervisory employees with authority to hire, promote, discharge, discipline, or otherwise effect changes in the status of employees or effectively recommend such action,

and with respect to said employees, with the following information:

(i) job descriptions for all job titles included within said unit;

(ii) job classification and earnings of each employee;

(iii) description of the operation of the Company's merit rating procedure, copies of the forms used in assigning merit ratings and the merit rating report for each employee;

(iv) descriptions of the various incentive pay systems, including the production standards used and the methods employed in arriving at such standards, and the time study report for each job which has been studied; and

(v) such other information as shall be relevant to the preparation for and conduct of collective bargaining negotiations, to processing grievances arising under the current contract between the Company and the Union and any renewals and extensions thereof or otherwise relevant to the administration or enforcement of the terms of any such contract.

(b) In any like or related manner interfering with, restraining or coercing its employees in the exercise of their right to bargain collectively ...


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