A person trying to get hired into a firm to ostensibly instigate or some might arguably say instigate the establishment of a labor union. This kind of salting entails the circumstance whereby a person seeks to instill a union interest within the firm, meanwhile doing whatever job they were otherwise hired to do (expressing what is often referred to as a “genuine interest” in the job). The person is actively employed by the firm and actively doing work required of them as an employee. The counterclaim is that if the person is doing their stated job, then there is no harm and no foul. That employee, or any employee, can choose to choose their job, or shall we say any employee shall say their job shall we . . .