Response to the Case: Trompler, Inc. v. NLRB, Nos. 01-3606, 01-3987, Seventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (August 1, 2003).
The observations of the National Labour relations board put a direct demand to the Trompler Inc to respect workers’ rights. However, a keen analysis into the decision of the board is mandatory for purposes of taking care of justice for both parties. The case of the fired six employees demonstrates a scenario where neglect of duty did not escape punishment, evidenced by the lay-offs. However, the decision of the President to the workers was a case of abuse and a serious breach on their rights. The NLRB succumbed to the pressure of the workers, ruling in their favor. At the fact that the fired workers were unable to demonstrate clear-cut explanations in the issue of the abuse of the employer, it therefore follows that, the decision of the NLRB may have succumbed to justice negligence for clarity deficiency.