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Employer’s Campaign Prediction That Employees Would Have To Join Union And Pay Dues As Condition Of Employment Not Coercive, NLRB Majority Rules

The NLRB currently is churning out cases and Advice Memoranda at a fairly regular pace.  We recently discussed NLRB decisions addressing information requests, handbook statements, and confidential informants. An interesting area of NLRB case law concerns campaign statements,–statements made by employer representatives during an organizing campaign.  When there is an allegation of wrongdoing, the Board evaluates such employer … Continue Reading

Duty To Provide Employee Witness Names And Pro-Union Supervisory Election Interference On This Week’s NLRA Fare

The slow pace at the NLRB continues this Spring, as only one or two decisions are issued each week.  Recent decisions, one from the NLRB and one from the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, are worth noting because they illustrate recurring themes under the NLRA.   Protecting The Identity Of Employee Informants In Alcan … Continue Reading

Employer Meetings, Election Site The Next Targets Of NLRB?

It’s been a quiet few weeks for the NLRB.  Since January 1, the NLRB has issued only a small number of decisions, none of which appear to be noteworthy.  There are, of course, many developments that are in process.  For example, we still do not know the full effect of the NLRB’s decision in Specialty … Continue Reading

Regulatory Two-Step – DOL and NLRB Announce Proposed Rules Limiting Employer Communications with Employees Regarding Union Representation

This week federal labor agencies have launched two proposed rulemakings of significance.  Both may have a substantial impact on the substance and process of employer communications with employees on the issue of union representation. First, the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Labor-Management Services, announced a notice of proposed rule making revising the so-called “persuader” regulations. … Continue Reading
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