National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

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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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    Two recent decisions may give franchisers and entities that use independent contractors cause for concern. In both rulings, the joint-employer doctrine was invoked to extend potential liability to the larger entities (in these cases, a franchiser and a grocery store chain). General Counsel: McDonald's joint employer In a departure from...
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    The NLRB recently approved a rule requiring private-sector employers to post a notice informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. This requirement is one of many new enforcement efforts being initiated by the NLRB, and just one more reason that it's absolutely necessary for all employers to get up-to-date on...
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    Are you prepared for the latest NLRB crackdown? In late 2010, the General Counsel of the NLRB issued a directive to regional offices to seek injunctive relief from all U.S. District Courts for all discriminatory firings that occur during union organizing campaigns, in particular during “nip-in-the-bud” cases, in which an employee-...
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    With the President's recess appointments of pro-union Democrats Craig Becker and Mark Pearce to the NLRB, Big Labor no longer needs EFCA to push its pro-union agenda. Learn from a former DOL trial attorney how to prepare your policies for expected changes to labor rules.   In just 90 minutes, your speaker will cover: What Craig...
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    How will this new pro-union climate impact your business operations in 2010? Learn what to expect from the new NLRB's agenda.   Your presenter, a former DOL trial attorney, will cover: How the U.S. Supreme court could play a role in giving the NLRB more authority, even though the board only has two members. The Court's decision is expected...
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