Workers at an Alabama plant have voted to de-certify the United Auto Workers Union for the fifth time in less than two years. Perhaps this time the National Labor Relations Board will actually rule that the union has been officially de-certified instead of trying to thwart the will of the workers by giving the union yet another bite at the apple.
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In recent years, perhaps due to the steep decline in union organizing activity that traditionally created much of the work at the National Labor Relations Board, the Board, or more precisely the General Counsel of the Board, has been focusing attention on non-union employers’ policies that could violate the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). 214 more words
Walmart spent $$$ to make a nine-minute advertisement video that it was so ashamed of they decided it must never be seen by the general public. 392 more words
You may want to include a review of your employee handbook in your “spring cleaning” this year.
Employee handbooks and work policies have been at the forefront of the National Labor Relations Board’s mind recently. 213 more words
Contributed by Beverly Alfon
In a 2-1 decision, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a decision against an auto dealer, finding that the company violated the National Labor Relations Act (act) by implementing and maintaining: (1) a 2010 social media policy that required employees to identify themselves when posting comments about the company, its business, or a policy issue and prohibited employees from using the company’s logo in any manner; and (2) a 2010 dress code policy that prohibited employees from wearing pins, insignia or other message clothing. 290 more words
“The nature of the adjunct beast is that you’re not gonna get paid much.”
Those words came from Clint Benjamin, 37, adjunct English professor at… 734 more words