A list of the most dangerous places to work by the Department of Labor in the United States has been compiled.
The list was compiled by the National Labor Relations Board and includes some of the largest employers in the country.
This list is made up of a combination of job descriptions and location of work.
The Labor Department does not currently track the number of jobs where a person is fired because of a worker’s union affiliation.
The labor agency also does not track the rate of job firings for the same reason.
But it does track the rates of dismissals.
The most recent data shows that the average number of workers fired in the U.S. for refusing to join a union fell by 9 percent between 2009 and 2016.
However, it’s likely that many more people have been fired because they were not members of a union than were actually fired because the union did not agree to join.
“The number of people fired for refusing a union contract fell by 7 percent from 2009 to 2016,” the Labor Department said.
It said the rate fell by 20 percent for those who refused a contract that was not the most favorable to them.
However it didn’t provide the number that was most favorable.
The Department of Justice says the labor law does not protect workers against being fired for joining a union.
The DOJ’s website notes that workers who unionize can seek to strike for better conditions, such as higher pay.
However if a union is denied a bargaining agreement, it is up to the employers to negotiate.
It says, “In the absence of a collective bargaining agreement between the employer and the employees, the employee cannot initiate a strike and can only be fired for violating the collective bargaining agreements.”
In 2016, a New York City court ruled that a driver’s union had the right to strike in the city.
In May, a Pennsylvania judge dismissed a similar claim brought by a former union worker.
In July, the American Federation of Government Employees union was able to get the state of California to dismiss its case in federal court.
The union argued that the California Labor Code doesn’t allow the union to strike.
The state agreed and in October the court dismissed the case.
The department says it will work with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing to try to get those cases dismissed.