||ULPs (Unfair Labor Practices) are violations of specific provisions of the NLRB that may be committed by either the employer or the union.
||Undue hardship refers to actions undertaken by an employer that are significantly difficult or expensive, unduly disruptive to workers, or have a negative impact on the business and customers.
||Unemployment insurance is a mandatory benefits program set up as part of the Social Security Act that is designed to provide a subsistence payment to employees between jobs.
||Unemployment rate is a number of individuals unemployed as a percentage of the labor force.
||Unfair Labor Practices
||Unfair Labor Practices (ULPs) are violations of specific provisions of the NLRB that may be committed by either the employer or the union.
||Union is a formal organization certified by the National Labor Relations Board and authorized to act on behalf of employees regarding wages, benefits, working conditions, conditions of employment and job security.
||Union shops require that an employee join a union, usually 30 to 60 days after being hired.
||Unlawful circumvention occurs when an employer's attempts at direct communication with employees begin at the same time as contract negotiations.
||Unretirement refers to the practice of hiring retired former employees whose skills or qualifications are in need.
||Unsafe acts are incidents that result from unsafe behavior on the part of the employee, such as operating equipment at high speeds.
||Unsafe conditions are mechanical or physical hazards that may lead to injury such as defective equipment or improper lighting.
||Unskilled worker is someone who is not required to use reasoning in their work: Examples: packager, assembler, laborer, hand, apprentice
||Utilization analysis identifies the number of protected group members employed and the types of jobs held in an organization.
||Utilization Review is an audit of services and costs billed by health-care providers.