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Case Study 1-1. Was “a Troublemaker” Laid off for Sharing Wage Information? Or for Business Reasons? The American Restoration Contractors (ARC), Inc. was hired to reroof and fix cracks in the bricks of several buildings of a regional university. Because it was a large job, several new employees were hired. One was an experienced mason and bricklayer named Bruce Potts.* Potts had completed a four-year union apprenticeship training program and another four years as a journeyman; subsequently, he had 12 years’ experience in both union and nonunion settings. ARC was a nonunion contractor. Potts testified before the federal NLRB that he had been led to believe by both his immediate supervisor, Gene Polizzi, and a co-worker who had been hired along with him, that the job would pay $44 per hour. However, upon arriving at the work site,

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