Nine hundred and four days into a lockout of kitchen workers by the Castlewood Country Club (“land of the rich, home of the selfish”), Adminstrative Law Judge Clifford Anderson handed down a decision that the workers at Castlewood had amazing faith was coming. He found that
Castlewood had maintained an unlawful lockout for two years.
Castlewood had bargained in bad faith.
Castlewood’s attorney was not credible
Castlewood maintained ‘animus’ towards its locked out workers.
Castlewood management violated numerous other labor laws.
And his decision orders the club to reinstate the workers and give them back pay and benefits. Read the full article.