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Demonstrators gather at Yale, protest lack of union contract negotiations

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Wednesday morning a group of students and staff from Yale University gathered outside the home of the university president. They could be heard chanting “Yale don’t hesitate, sit down and negotiate.” 375 more words


Before You Acquire That Business, Understand the NLRB’s Successor Bar Doctrine

Contributed by Beverly Alfon, April 24, 2017

When a change of ownership occurs for a business that employs individuals who are represented by an incumbent union, the new owner must be aware of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) successor bar doctrine.  372 more words

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NLRB Decision Reminds Employers to Tread Cautiously Amidst Union Push

Contributed by Suzanne Newcomb, April 20, 2017

On April 13, 2017 the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) set aside a vote defeating a union organizing campaign and ordered a new election because the workforce… 376 more words

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Bargaining Talks Between Palace Station, Union Begin Soon

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Contract negotiations between the Culinary Union and Palace Station management are expected to begin soon following an agreement to settle a series of labor cases filed with the nation’s top labor arbiter. 440 more words


Does NLRB Chairman Miscimarra’s Dissent Hint at the Future of the “Ambush” Election Rule?

The last eight years under the Obama administration saw the National Labor Relations Board’s thumb weigh heavily on the side of organized labor, often to the detriment of employees. 369 more words

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Today's News & Commentary -- March 9, 2017

Congresswomen Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) and Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) stood in solidarity with rallying crowd of women for International Women’s Day. According to Politico, labor unions such as the American Federation of Teachers and National Nurses United were in attendance. 272 more words

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Alex Acosta’s Sympathies

We still have a lot to learn about Alex Acosta, Donald Trump’s new nominee for Labor Secretary, but one case he ruled on during his brief stint at the National Labor Relations Board suggests that, not surprisingly for a Trump appointee, he is likely to favor employers over workers when faced with a close question.  701 more words

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