The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) capped off an extremely busy week, by issuing another precedent-reversing decision, on the last day of Republican Member John Ring’s 5-year term. In Bexar County II, 372 NLRB No. 28, the Board revised the standard and thus limited the circumstances property owners can limit access to off-duty … Continue Reading
While much of the country spent the last week of summer enjoying the last few days of sun, the National Labor Relations Board spent the week before its eponymous three-day weekend churning out a couple of important decisions. A brief round-up of the Board’s recent activity in areas related to the intersection of Section 7 … Continue Reading
Now that the election is over, one of the main questions being asked is, what next? We recently held a Webinar entitled “The Latest at the NLRB and Post-Election Developments” to address this question. It seems clear that with Congress still divided that there likely will not be much in the way of legislative change. The pressing issues … Continue Reading
Last year the NLRB’s order of the day was sweeping change. That brought us the employee rights poster, the ambush election rules, and micro unions. The Board today is not acting in such a bold manner, and instead is seeking gradual change through a policy of incrementalism. We saw recently how the current Board expanded … Continue Reading
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