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Arizona Coyotes accused of not properly paying employees, union busting in NLRB complaints

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By Craig Harris | The Republic

The National Labor Relations Board launched two investigations into the Arizona Coyotes during the past 13 months, probing allegations that the National Hockey League team spied on staff, engaged in union busting and fired two employees who raised concerns about pay, federal records say.

The financially struggling franchise reached a settlement earlier this year in one labor case filed by its payroll administrator.

The employee had alleged the violations occurred during most of 2016, when the Coyotes created an impression that employees were under surveillance, threatened staff if they engaged in union organizing, caused employees to sign overly broad and discriminatory severance agreements and fired the employee after she complained the Coyotes failed to properly pay staff, according to NLRB records.


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