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  • Can a manager and an employee file together?

    If a company is making a bottom-level manager feel as threatened as a regular employee, can they join together to file a NLRB complaint? In this case, the manager works for @ $600 a week, and I don't think he gets a profit perk. The employee works for restaurant pay ($2.50 hour) plus tips, averaging out to $10 an hour.

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    I recommend filing separately because you are two different people and have two different workplace classifications. You may also want to file with the state department of labor also or at least if you have redress there if things are not addressed through the grievance process.

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      Wouldn't it make a difference in protection if a complaint is signed by more than one person?

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