NLRB Issues Key Rule and Precedent Changes

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued several important rule changes and case decisions favorable to employers over the last several weeks as part of its year-end wrap-up activities and ahead of the expiration of Board Member Lauren McFerran’s term on December 16, 2019. The new rules ensure more fairness for employers in the election process particularly because several changes incorporate more reasonable timeframes for employers to conduct required actions.

Beyond Unions’ “Safe Staffing” Rhetoric

After years of relative stagnation, and despite regulatory and legal setbacks, union activity is ramping up nationwide. Unions have either held large-scale strikes or protests or are threatening them to gain leverage in negotiations. Have you noticed more union strike activity lately? Do these recent union-driven events ring a bell?

The Resurgence of Labor’s Biggest Threat – The Strike

After years of relative stagnation, and despite regulatory and legal setbacks, union activity is ramping up nationwide. Unions have either held large-scale strikes or protests or are threatening them to gain leverage in negotiations. Have you noticed more union strike activity lately? Do these recent union-driven events ring a bell?

Access Denied? The NLRB overturned a 38-year precedent related to unions accessing employer sites. Learn what that means for you.