An Employer Cannot Continue Business Operations by Hiring Temporary Employees During a Bargaining Lockout
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Discusses the three traditional rules for boycotting and hiring temporary employees. The author looks at the development of a fourth rule and whether the fourth rule is a logical extension of the previous rules. Ultimately, after balancing the interest of not interfering with the worker’s right to protest and the employer’s right to protect and continue his business, the author concludes that an employer cannot continue his business by hiring temporary employees during a bargaining lockout.