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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Could temporary workers become a hot bed of union activity?

The National Labor Relations Board recently rendered a decision that has many management side attorneys shaking their heads and wondering if this might open the door to union activity in some companies via their use of temporary staffing agencies. The case Browning-Ferris Industries, or BFI, runs a recycling operation that employees union workers. They also …

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