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New NLRB Notice format By Michael R. Lied Labor and Employment Law, June 2014 In Durham School Services, L.P., 360 NLRB No. 85 (2014) The National Labor Relations Board took another step into the future.
NLRB General Counsel identifies issues of interest By Michael R. Lied Labor and Employment Law, June 2014 In MEMORANDUM GC 14-0, issued February 25, 2014, Richard F. Griffin, Jr., General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, provided a list of matters that should be submitted to the Division of Advice.
News from the National Labor Relations Board By Alan M. Kaplan Business Advice and Financial Planning, April 2012 President Obama recently appointed three new members to the NLRB.
NLRB delays employee rights posting By J.J. McGrath Corporate Law Departments, January 2012 Whether or not your company wants to balance the NLRB notice with one of its own is a judgment call, but right now all employers need to be prepared to post the NLRB notice on April 30, 2012.
Specialty healthcare: The NLRB rewrites rules on bargaining units By Michael D. Gifford Labor and Employment Law, December 2011 As a result of the recent decision of Specialty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center of Mobile, unions will be able to organize a minority share of an employer’s workforce although a majority of workers may not favor the union.
The NLRB and social media revisited By Michael D. Gifford Labor and Employment Law, October 2011 The NLRB recently accused several employers, in what has become known as the "Facebook Cases," of violating Section 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act (“Act”) by enforcing their social media policies and interfering with employees’ Section 7 right to concerted activity.
Labor board attacks Boeing work location By Frank J. Saibert Labor and Employment Law, July 2011 The author argues that "Any notion that today’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or board) will give a fair shake to employers was dispelled this past April 20."
Chairman Wilma Liebman: Forging a new process By Melissa M. Olivero Women and the Law, April 2011 On January 20, 2009, Wilma Liebman was appointed as the 20th Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board by President Obama, only the second woman to serve in this capacity since the creation of the Board in its current form.
National Labor Relations Board Chairman Wilma Liebman: Forging a new process By Melissa M. Olivero Government Lawyers, March 2011 On January 20, 2009, Wilma Liebman was appointed as the 20th Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board by President Obama, only the second woman to serve in this capacity since the creation of the Board in its current form.