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Labor Law Lawyers In San Antonio New Mexico

San Antonio is an unincorporated community in Socorro County, New Mexico, United States, roughly in the center of the state. The entire population of the county is around 18,000; the population of San Antonio is hard to pin down because the area is somewhat ill-defined. San Antonio is nowadays partly agricultural, partly a bedroom community for Socorro and White Sands Missile Range, and has a few other aspects, such as being the gateway to the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Interstate 25 runs along the west, and US 380 begins there and heads east to Carrizozo. The Rio Grande is just to the east of San Antonio, and the BNSF Railway runs through it and has a minimal yard (not much more than a siding). San Antonio has an elementary school, built in the WPA era. It also has a water system and a volunteer fire department; both include in their districts Luis Lopez, midway between San Antonio and Socorro, as well as Bosquecito and San Pedro, both of which are east of the Rio Grande. There is no local government other than the county itself. There is a US Post Office (Zip Code 87832). The village's Roman Catholic church, named after San Antonio, is served by the priest from San Miguel Church in Socorro. It has mass once a month in rotation with four other churches in small communities around Socorro. Saint Anthony was popular in this part of New Spain and this resulted in many communities having a San Antonio church. There is also a Baptist church in San Antonio, the Community Baptist Church. San Antonio, when part of New Mexico Territory, was the birthplace of Conrad Hilton. Hilton was one of the original legislators in the newly formed State of New Mexico, and founded the Hilton Hotels Corporation. Hilton's name can still be seen ("C Hilton 1903") carved on the wall of what was once the schoolhouse, since then a mechanic's garage, and now a barn.

What is labor law?

Labor law is the body of law which address the legal relationship between trade unions, employees, and employers -- including collective bargaining, union organization activities, and the negotiation of strikes and lockouts. Labor law arose due to the demands for workers for better conditions, the right to organize, and the simultaneous demands of employers to keep labor costs low. Labor law attorneys may represent their clients in matters before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), which hears disputes between employers and unionized employees.

Answers to labor law issues in New Mexico

The National Labor Relations Act gives rights to many employees, including the right to organize and bargain with...

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) protects employees’ rights to engage in protected concerted activities with...

The National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1935 to administer the...

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) forbids employers from interfering with, restraining, or coercing employees...

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) forbids labor unions from restraining, or coercing employees in the exercise...