Did you know that temporary workers can now join a union in your company?

The thought that a temporary worker could become a member of a union or union organizing attempt should strike fear into the heart of employers and be a cause of rejoicing for many unions. It may provide a way for unions to bolster their membership numbers. NLRB reverses a previous decision In a 2004 case …

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NLRB Decisions have reached the level of absurd

Writer and philosopher Albert Camus once said “At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face.” I was struck in the face with such a feeling when I read the NLRB’s decision on a handbook statement T-Mobile had in their handbook. According to David Pryzbylski, of the law firm …

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According to the NLRB CONFIDENTIALITY is a Nasty Word

If you are a non-union employer and thus not really paying attention to the National Labor Relations Board you are making a BIG mistake. They had made a number or rulings dealing with ALL PRIVATE WORK PLACES whether or not they are unionized. Under the National Labor Relations Act ALL private sector employees (with some …

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NLRB Moves to Help Unions With New Rules

In a Wall Street Journal article on Wednesday June 22 it was announced that the NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) has moved to help unions be more successful in organizing campaigns by shortening the time companies have to respond to the request for an election. When a union has been working for months behind the scenes …

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