Worzella Publishing Co

In Worzella Publishing Co., 121 NLRB 78 (1958) a union sought a unit composed of letterpress operators, hand compositors, stereotypers, and lithographic employees. Citing McQuiddy Printing Co., 116 NLRB 1114 (1956), the Board indicated that normally each of these groups was separately represented but that since the employer did not object to the proposed unit on the grounds of the joinder of such groups, the joinder was appropriate. The employer had urged that only a unit composed of all employees would be appropriate.