Eads Transfer, Inc., was a moving and storage company with a small workforce represented by the…

Eads Transfer, Inc., was a moving and storage company with a small workforce represented by the General Teamsters, Chauffeurs, and Helpers Union. When the CBA expired, the parties failed to reach agreement on a new one, and the union struck. As negotiations continued, Eads hired temporary replacement workers. After 10 months of the strike, some union workers offered to return to work, but Eads made no response to the offer. Two months later, more workers offered to return to work, but Eads would not accept any of the offers. Eventually, Eads notified all workers that they would not be allowed back to work until a new CBA had been signed. The union filed ULP claims against the company. Please rule.

 

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