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    I work for a Minnesota based company, that has several divisions located in many states. This company recognizes three unions. My question is this: Is there a federal law governing the equal treatment of all employees regardless of union (s) collective bargining agreement? In other words, can the company pay employees less for work performed in the same job classification due to those employees being in a different union, or being non union in a right to work state? Also, if one union is awarded payment in an arbitration settelment, are employees of another union who performed the same work in the same place as the employees who received the award, eligible to be compensated?
    Last edited by jbero; 03-19-2007, 07:19 PM.
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