It’s not unusual to experience uncomfortable moments when there’s a campaign underway in your workplace to bring in union representation. Still, employers expect to have a certain degree of control over what happens under the company roof. [Read more…]
That spot you have cleared out for the National Labor Relations Board poster will remain blank for a bit longer, since the April 30 deadline to post a notice explaining workers’ collective bargaining rights has been pushed back. [Read more…]
Controversy ensued after President Obama dodged the Senate confirmation process by filling the National Labor Relations Board with three recess appointments.
As expected, the National Labor Relations Board approved a set of rules designed to speed up the union-election process and hinder employer efforts to fight that process. [Read more…]
The National Labor Relations Board approved a resolution that essentially handcuffs employers and provides an easier path to unionization of employees.
The National Labor Relations Board has pushed back the deadline for posting a controversial union-rights notice in the workplace.
The National Labor Relations Board recently ruled on a nursing-home union and “bargaining units.” What’s that got to do with manufacturing? You’d be surprised.
The National Association of Manufacturers has decided to take the National Labor Relations Board to court over a mandate that requires employers to post union information at the workplace.
In a memo to fellow Republicans, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) says he’ll start introducing bills to repeal or restrict federal environmental regulations on manufacturers.
The National Labor Relations Board just handed down a decision that gives employees new – and expanded – rights to complain about pay and working conditions.