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Tennessee Employee Associations: What you need to know

Under Tennessee law, any organization that exists for the purpose of collective bargaining, for dealing with employers concerning grievances or terms and conditions of employment, or for other mutual aid or protection in relation to employment is a labor organization, or “union.” Employers should therefore be cautious when dealing with employee “committees,” whether they are self-appointed or formed by the employer. It is possible to inadvertently create or recognize a labor organization, which is thereafter entitled to the rights and privileges afforded to unions under state law.

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