Sam Estreicher (NYU) has just published Depoliticizing the National Labor Relations Board: Administrative Steps, 64 Emory L.J. 1611 2015). Here's the abstract: Complaints about the political forces arrayed against the basic labor laws and about the increasing “politicization” of...
Labor Union Report In what seems to be more evidence of the National Labor Relations Board’s pro-union leanings, a recent letter to members of Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation details what appears to be certain conflicts of interest...Show More Summary
In what seems to be more evidence of the National Labor Relations Board's pro-union leanings, a recent letter to members of Pennsylvania's congressional delegation details what appears to be certain conflicts of interest by the regional...Show More Summary
By Heather Greenaway, The Daily Caller Big Labor is at it again. Predictably, and as many warned, since the enactment of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) “ambush election” ruling, elections to unionize workplaces have sprung up at an alarming rate. Show More Summary
Nearly all action to come out of the Obama administration's National Labor Relations Board has sought to ease union organizing campaigns in order to funnel workers' money into union coffers.
Under the Obama administration, the National Labor Relations Board has gone to great lengths to expand employee Section 7 rights to the point of absurdity.
Yesterday, the House Education and Workforce Committee held a hearing entitled, "Compulsory Unionism Through Grievance Fees: The NLRB’s Assault on Right to Work," which examined the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) effort to undermine state right-to-work laws.
bizjournals.com A full 10 months after legal teams from Northwestern University and the College Athletes Players Association (CAPA) submitted their final filings to the full National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., there's still no indication when the NLRB will issue a final ruling on whether Northwestern University's football team can unionize under the CAPA banner.
Fox News Opponents of Big Labor complained to lawmakers Wednesday that the Obama administration's National Labor Relations Board is poised to gut right-to-work laws with a seemingly simple tweak they claim could leave independent workers at the mercy of the unions they rejected.
By Lawrence E. Dubé, Bloomberg BNA A coalition of Texas business groups failed to convince a federal district court that the National Labor Relations Board's amendments to its representation case rules are unlawful or arbitrary, and the court June 1 dismissed the coalition's bid for an injunction to block enforcement of the rule changes.
Here's something new: a court upholding a policy that business lobby groups say is unfairly pro-worker. The first of two legal challenges to the National Labor Relations Board's rule modernizing and streamlining union representation elections failed in court on Monday. Show More Summary
jdsupra.com The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) new election rules took effect April 14 and companies are already reporting effects from the change.
On June 1, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas upheld the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) ambush election, which dramatically alters longstanding union election procedures, invades employee privacy, limits employers involvement during union organizing campaigns, and heavily favors labor unions.
By Bill McMorris, The Washington Free Beacon The National Labor Relations Board is beginning to see a spike in union election petitions just six weeks after implementing controversial new rules critics say favors labor groups.
By Brad Pedersen, triblive.com An unfair labor charge filed by technicians and licensed practical nurses union members against ACMH Hospital will go to trial unless problems cited by the National Labor Relations Board are resolved before Aug. 4.
By David Wren, The Post and Courier The National Labor Relations Board said it has dismissed a complaint filed by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers in the wake of the union’s canceled vote at Boeing Co.’s North Charleston operations.
By Richard Berman, The Wall Street Journal Last month, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), stacked with Democratic appointees loyal to Big Labor, enacted new procedures to govern unionization elections.
One of the primary objectives of the National Labor Relations Act is to remedy the perceived "inequality of bargaining power" between employees and employers. However, the National Labor Relations Board, which enforces the NLRA, has tilted the playing field too far in favor of labor unions by bestowing upon them greater bargaining power than employees or employers.
It's a point for American Apparel, at least for now.
The Hill Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.) has introduced legislation to do away with funding for the National Labor Relations Board.