A while back, the NLRB proposed that all employers would need to put up posters detailing employee rights to form a union. If employers did not, then the employers could be subjected to an unfair labor practice charge — a...more
As I indicated a few weeks ago, one of the goals of this blog this year is to stop chasing headlines. The latest story about the NLRB demonstrates why.
Late last month, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals (which, as you...more
In this week’s Connecticut Law Tribune, I filed my annual “forecast” of employment law for 2013. As with the weather forecasts, it is subject to change on a moment’s notice. So drink your “tea” with a grain of...more
The headlines this week have already written the obituaries for unions, at least in Michigan, where the state passed a new “right to work” law.
But here in Connecticut, unions may be weakened, but, when bolstered by the...more
As I discussed on the blog earlier this year (and noted on my Twitter feed last week), the NLRB has gone ahead with its plan to consolidate Connecticut’s Region 34 Office with its Boston Region 1 office, effective today. ...more