http://www.jsonline.com/story/CleanPrintProxy.aspx?1223492460750 1 of 110/8/2008 3:01 PM Advertisement Judge rules against Ashley unfair labor practice Furniture company committed an By GEORGIA PABST email@example.com Posted: Oct. 2, 2008 administrative law judge has ruled. regarding Social Security no-match letters, a federal including disciplinary actions that might be taken speaking with anyone about their employment, labor practice when it prohibited workers from Ashley Furniture Industries Inc.
committed an unfair said there would be no further comment. reviewed the ruling and will appeal the decision. She Company spokeswoman Paulette Rippley said Ashley Kennedy, an administrative law judge.
according to the 12-page ruling by Judge James told not to share this information with anyone, letters within a certain amount of time. They were fired if they did not resolve Social Security no-match Ashley started warning workers that they would be Milwaukee immigrant rights group, last year after The case was brought by Voces de La Frontera, a most of them Latinos. Wisconsin.
It employs more than 3,500 workers, manufacturers. It 9s based in Arcadia in western Ashley is one of the nation 9s largest furniture match Social Security letter for an employee. employers to take action when they received a no- proposed new rules that would have required Last ... more. less.