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NLRB Makes It Easier for Unions to Organize Staffing Employees

The National Labor Relations Board just made it much easier for unions to organize employees of staffing firms – sometimes called temp agencies.

It used to be that both the staffing firm and the client had to consent before a union could represent a group of employees that included both staffing firm employees and your regular employees. 261 more words

NLRB Rulings

Tell Congress to Stop Sneak Attacks on Working People

Funding the government is one of the basic requirements of Congress. But as we too often see, the process consistently takes far longer than originally scheduled. 327 more words

American Workers

The NLRB’s Latest Target? Dress Codes and Already Rescinded Policies

Contributed by Suzanne Newcomb, July 13, 2016

The Federal Court of Appeals for the First Circuit recently upheld a National Labor Relations Board decision finding a car dealership’s dress code ban on “pins, insignias, and message clothing” was, in and of itself, an unfair labor practice. 420 more words

National Labor Relations Board

This Latest Labor Gambit Is a Piece of Work

By David B. Rivkin Jr. and Jay P. Krupin, in the Wall Street Journal

July 5, 2016

The general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, Richard F. 837 more words


Blunted by the Board: NLRB Weakens Employer’s Right to Permanently Replace Strikers

Contributed by Beverly Alfon, June 30, 2016

For more than 75 years, employers have had broad access to a powerful weapon to counterbalance a union’s ability to engage in an economic strike: the right to permanently replace those economic strikers. 428 more words

National Labor Relations Board

Today’s News & Commentary — June 22, 2016

Summer is heating up, and so is the Uber antitrust lawsuit. Judge Jed Rakoff’s most recent decision in the case became public on Monday, and it allows Uber Technologies Inc. 402 more words

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