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CNN appeals adverse NLRB ruling on dismissed contract workers

By Erik Wemple, The Washington Post A ruling of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) earlier this week ordered CNN to reinstate more than 100 unionized contract TV workers who lost their jobs in a 2003 restructuring of the 24-7 network — as well as to compensate hundreds of workers who lost pay as a result of the upheaval.

Senate Republican Leaders Introduce Bill That Would Permanently Hobble Federal Labor Law

Without a fully functioning National Labor Relations Board, the Board would not be able to enforce an employer's legal obligation to bargain with its employees' union. Nor would it be able to stop an employer from firing pro-union workers or from spying on union gatherings. Show More Summary

Alexander, McConnell Propose NLRA Changes That Would Reshape Board and Its Processes

By Lawrence E. Dubé, Bloomberg BNA A bill introduced Sept. 16 by Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and co-sponsored by Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) would enlarge the National Labor Relations Board from five to six members and make important changes in the board's decision-making process as well as in litigation before the NLRB and the federal courts.

GOP reminds us of their 2016 fears with new attack on labor board

The fear lurking behind the latest Republican attack on the National Labor Relations Board. Republican Sens. Mitch McConnell and Lamar Alexander apparently want us to know how certain they are that Hillary Clinton will be the next president. Show More Summary

National Labor Board Orders CNN to Rehire 100 Union Workers – Compensate 200 Others

That’s no way to treat friends. Obama’s National Labor Board has ordered CNN to rehire 100 union workers and compensate 200 others for a 2003 labor dispute. reported: The National Labor Relations Board has ordered CNN to rehire 100 … Continue reading ?

Leftovers at the NLRB

The Wall Street Journal A unanimous Supreme Court this year rejected President Obama's three non-recess recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board as an abuse of executive authority, but hey, no worries. One of those illegal appointees is now getting her second chance to be confirmed by the Senate.

US Labor Board Orders CNN to Rehire Fired Workers

By Tom Raum, ABC News The National Labor Relations Board ruled against the CNN cable television network on Monday in an 11-year-old labor dispute, ordering the network to rehire or compensate about 300 former workers.

National Labor Relations Board Orders CNN to Rehire, Compensate 300 Former Workers

The National Labor Relations Board is ordering CNN to rehire 100 workers and compensate 300 total employees who were replaced 11 years ago. Variety reports the ruling stems from CNN’s decision to replace unionized workers. The 11-year...Show More Summary

CNN Ordered to Rehire Over 100 Union Techs, Compensate Many More

The National Labor Relations Board order in a decade-long case comes at a difficult time for the network read more

11 Years Later, Feds Order CNN To Rehire Fired Union Workers

The National Labor Relations Board has reaffirmed its 2008 decision that CNN violated the rights of hundreds of unionized contract staffers in 2003 when it axed them in favor of non-unionized workers. The case stems from the cable net's...Show More Summary

NLRB Declines to Expand Beck Obligations; Figures Not Required in Initial Union Notices

By Lawrence E. Dubé, Bloomberg BNA Declining to modify its “established rule” on the rights of union dues objectors, the National Labor Relations Board 3-2 held Sept. 10 a United Food and Commercial Workers local fulfilled its statutory...Show More Summary

How James Cameron Ran Into Problems Enforcing a Code of Silence at an Elementary School

The National Labor Relations Board rules that a broad confidentiality pact violates federal law read more

Dems rally behind labor official who served Obama unlawfully

By Benjamin Goad, The Hill Senate Democrats on Tuesday rallied to the defense of a former National Labor Relations Board member whose previous appointment to the agency was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

Obama Loses 9-0 at SCOTUS, New York Times Writer Calls It 'Major Victory for the President.' Wait, What?

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In its June 2014 decision in National Labor Relations Board v. Noel Canning, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that President Barack Obama violated the Constitution by failing to obtain the Senate's advice and consent for three appointees added to the National Labor Relations Board in January 2012. Show More Summary

Five notable workplace rules decisions invalidated by Noel Canning: is there a rubber stamp in our future?

Lexology On June 26, 2014, the Supreme Court invalidated 426 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions in NLRB v. Noel Canning, 134 S. Ct. 2550 (2014).

Confirmation hearing set for invalidated member of labor board

By Benjamin Goad, The Hill A former member of the National Labor Relations Board whose appointment was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court will be reconsidered for her old position during a confirmation hearing this month.

NLRB Turns Its Attention to Corporate Codes of Conduct

JD Supra Business Advisor Over the past few years, EmployNews has chronicled the National Labor Relations Board’s efforts to declare routine employee handbook policies in violation of the NLRA’s prohibition against restrictions on employees’ ability to engage in protected concerted activity.

Cal. Sup. Ct: Domino's Not Liable for Franchisee Sexual Harassment

A divided California Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the idea that a franchise parent company can be automatically held liable for the acts of a franchisee. The 4-3 decision will surely make waves, as the National Labor Relations Board's general counsel decided last month that McDonald's could be held liable......

Should Union Organizing Be A Civil Right?

By George Leef, Forbes In an article I posted back in March, I argued that the United States has very bad labor laws, the National Labor Relations Act in particular.

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