Chapter Ⅷ Protections
The term “other unfair treatments” referred to in Subparagraphs 1 and 3, Paragraph 1 to Article 35 of the Act denotes to any direct or indirect unfair treatments toward an employee, including any intention that tries to impede an employee to participate in labor union activities, to reduce the strength of a labor union, or to unduly influence the development of a labor union.
The term “other unfair treatments” referred to in Subparagraph 4, Paragraph 1 to Article 35 of the Act, denotes to the situations that, in addition to those referred to in the preceding paragraph, shall include such unfair treatments as an employer who threatens to file or actually files an inappropriate damages proceedings in a civil court case toward an employee when he (or she) takes part in or supports an activity which is resoluted by a labor union.
The term “not to join a labor union” referred to Subparagraph 2, Paragraph 1 to Article 35 of the Act, shall include demanding an employee to withdraw from a labor union that he (or she) has already joined.
The term “labor union businesses” shall include the following activities:
1.Handling such business affairs of the labor union as convening meetings, conducting election or providing members with education and training, processing labor-management disputes for members, or engaging in other daily business affairs,
2. Engaging in or participating in labor-related or labor union business-related activities or meetings as designated or held by the competent authorities or the competent business-related authorities,
3.Taking part in labor-related or labor union business-related activities or meetings held by the confederation of labor unions which they are affiliated with, and
4.Handling other business affairs as agreed with the employer.