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Trump NLRB sues Oregon to preserve employers right to hold mandatory anti-union meetings

Under the leadership of Trump appointees, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is suing to overturn an Oregon law that gives workers the right to skip anti-union captive audience meetings.


-nwLaborPress.org; 6/17/2020

NLRB Can’t Sue Oregon to Block ‘Captive-Audience’ Law: State AG

Oregon asked a federal judge to throw out the NLRB’s lawsuit challenging a law that bars employers in the state from punishing workers for skipping mandatory anti-union meetings. 11 more words

Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum

NLRB Finalizes Representation Rules

On April 1, 2020, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) finalized changes to its procedures concerning blocking charges, the voluntary recognition bar, and Section 9(a) recognition in the construction industry. 17 more words

D.C. Roll Call

The Duty to Bargain During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Contributed by Beverly Alfon, March 31, 2020

Scales of Justice, Weight Scale, Balance.

Businesses with a unionized workforce need to consider whether their responses to the COVID-19 pandemic constitute… 332 more words

National Labor Relations Board

National Labor Relations Board sues Oregon, wants judge to nullify state’s workplace meeting law

The National Labor Relations Board wants a federal judge to throw out an Oregon law that prohibits employers from disciplining workers who refuse to attend mandatory meetings on politics, religious matters or unions. 39 more words

The Oregonian