National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)

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    The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is a federal law that governs labor relations in private companies that meet certain revenue standards. If you're covered by the law, your employees will have the right to organize a union; to bargain collectively through a representative; and to engage in strikes, picketing, and other "concerted...

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    The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) was established in 1935 to administer and interpret the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). It presides over questions of unfair labor practices and other matters relating to the application of the NLRA.Barring a few exceptions, the NLRB has authority only over private-sector employers and the U.S....

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    It should come as no surprise to most HR professionals that the FMLA can interact with other federal (and state) employment laws in many complicated and unexpected ways. The most visible of those laws is the ADA, as demonstrated by the sizeable percentage of our articles that address the overlap between that law and the FMLA. Other, less obvious...
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