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Court Upholds NLRB Union-Organizing Rule

By Melanie Trottman, The Wall Street Journal A federal-district court has upheld a National Labor Relations Board rule that is expected to speed union-organizing elections, a blow to several business trade groups that sued to block ...

Workplace Democracy Gets Ambushed

By Peter Schaumber, The Wall Street Journal You may have heard of the National Labor Relations Board’s new “ambush election” rule—so-called because it hurriedly schedules union elections within as little as two weeks, depriving employers of the time needed to learn about the union and express their views to employees.

Impact of river discharge on the coastal water pH and pCO2 levels during the Indian ocean dipole (IOD) years in the western bay of Bengal

Monthly variations in inorganic carbon components during January 2010-December 2011 in the coastal Bay of Bengal (BoB) were studied in relation to the variations in Godavari River (GR) discharge using ship board measurements, buoy data and satellite remote sensing data. Higher GR discharge was observed during the 2010 monsoon (1133 m3 s?1) resulting in low salinity […]

Quickies: 4Channers fail to scam feminists, avoiding social science fraud, and Scientology’s personality test

Categories: Quickies 4Channers attempt to scam feminists with “FemCon2015,” fail miserably – “After screenshots of 4chan’s /b/ message board and a related chat room began circulating, FemCon’s day-old Twitter account and Sellfy... (Read more...)

Effects of NLRB’s Adoption of “Quickie Election” Rules

The National Law Review Amendments to the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) election rules went into effect on April 14, 2015. The new rules have already had a major impact on the timing of and procedures for union elections.

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After 80 Years, Labor Law Needs Reform

Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) recently penned an op-ed that celebrates the 80th anniversary of the National Labor Relations Act and praises the work of the National Labor Relations Board, which is charged with enforcing the Act. In same piece, she sharply criticizes attempts to reform the Act and Board.

Is the NLRB Planning an End Run Around the State Right to Work Laws?

The National Law Review As we have reported previously, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been making major changes to long-standing rules, interpretations, and applications of the National Labor Relations Act that it administers. Show More Summary

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Subpoena shows prosecutors' interest in College of DuPage Foundation

A DuPage County grand jury subpoena issued to the College of DuPage Foundation sought records related to financial contributions by board members of the fundraising group, many of whom have business dealings with the school.

Common Sense Sometimes Matters: NLRB

The National Law Review With that deft opening to its opinion, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals last week overturned yet another controversial decision of the National Labor Relations Board which prohibited AT&T Connecticut from barring its technicians from wearing t-shirts into customer homes that portrayed themselves as prisoners of their employer.

NLRB to Re-Visit Unionization of Temps . . . Again

JD Supra For decades prior to 2000, the National Labor Relations Board (Board) consistently found that a bargaining unit was inappropriate when the union sought a unit consisting of employees of one employer together with employees of a separate employer, unless all of the employers involved consented. Show More Summary

Apple is looking for a video producer to lead Apple Music and iTunes initiatives

Apple may be looking to produce more videos in-house. A listing for a video producer based in Los Angles has been spotted on Apple’s job board, and this person will be charged with leading “all music related video projects for AppleShow More Summary

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NLRB Signals It Is About to Make It Much Easier For Unions to Organize Temps and Contingent Workers – Temps and Regular Employees To Be Included in Same Bargaining Unit

The National Law Review The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) invited interested parties to submit amicus briefs in Miller & Anderson, Inc. in connection with the Board’s reexamination of critical issues affecting the ability...Show More Summary

CBS Acts as Cuban Board of Tourism, Promotes Cruises to Island

On Tuesday, CBS This Morning devoted a nearly five minute segment to touting Carnival offering cruises to Cuba starting in 2016. Co-host Norah O’Donnell proclaimed: “The historic reopening of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba creates new business opportunities for both countries. Show More Summary

NLRB Considers Combining Employees, Contract Labor in Bargaining Units

The National Law Review The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), via today’s announcement, is inviting interested parties to submit briefs on whether it should permit bargaining units comprised of both regular employees and temporary workers provided by a staffing agency. Show More Summary

NLRB Upholds Racist Speech as Protected Activity Under Labor Relations Act

The National Law Review In a ruling which was a bit of a surprise to some in the employer community, a Judge of the National Labor Relations Board recently concluded that racist a speech made during picketing of an employer qualified as protected activity under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (the “Act”).

Bizarre Sixth Circuit Decision Further Confuses NLRB’s Jurisdiction Over Tribal Enterprises

The National Law Review In its very odd July 1 decision in Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort v. National Labor Relations Board, all three judges on the three-judge panel concluded that the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) should not apply to Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, an enterprise owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe. Show More Summary

'Battle on the Board: Chess during World War II' opens at the World Chess Hall of Fame

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Battle on the Board: Chess during World War II, an exhibit which recently opened at the World Chess Hall of fame, ?highlights ??artifacts, stories, and imagery related to how chess aided service members as well as how the war affected the world of competitive chess. Show More Summary

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