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June 23, 2018
Unfair / Do Not Patronize LIst
Updated On: Oct 02, 2007

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Unfair / Do Not Patronize List

The Oregon AFL-CIO compiles an Unfair/Do Not Patronize List produced from requests by the AFL-CIO Central Labor Councils within the state placing employers on a statewide list. The basis for placement of an employer on the statewide "Unfair/Do Not Patronize List" is anti-labor conduct including, but not limited to, the following: failure to sign a labor agreement; commission of an unfair labor practice; violations of state or federal laws or rules; utilization of non-union labor; utilization or promotion of non-union goods or services; anti-union practices; failure to provide workers with fair and equitable wages and benefits, decent hours and working conditions.

Revised as of August 10, 2007 by Executive Board action.

CIRCUIT CITY (STATEWIDE)

Because of their dramatic, anti-worker firing of thousands of their employees simply for working their way up the wage scale. This move encourages other companies to follow suit.

FOG CUTTER CAPITAL GROUP, INC. & GRANITE INVESTMENTS (NATIONWIDE)
Because of their business connections to Andrew Weiderhorn, Jeffrey Grayson, Dean Kirkland and Capital consultants, whose financial manipulations caused the loss of $350 million in union pension fund assets.

PLYMPTON & ASSOCIATES (STATEWIDE)
Union busting practices.

SHILO INNS (STATEWIDE)
Major contributor to the Ballot Measure 8 campaign to reduce public employees' pay and pensions.

WAL-MART (STATEWIDE)
Anti-union practices nationally and in Oregon and its refusal to accept charitable donations from an affiliated union local in Oregon.

Visit the national AFL-CIO's Union Label and Service Department at http://www.unionlabel.org/current_dont_buy.pdf for more information.

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