Executive Labor Summary - March/April 2011

In This Issue:

News and Analysis

- Acting General Counsel gives regional offi ces more authority to seek additional remedies for bad-faith bargaining over fi rst contracts.

- Employer ordered to bargain at least 16 hours a week.

- Merely maintaining improper work rules gets decertifi cation vote thrown out.

- NLRB upholds “bannering” of neutral employers.

- Board invites amicus briefs on employee witness statements . . . and you know what that means!

- Solomon seeks to change back pay guidelines to be less favorable for employers.

- House bill seeks to guarantee secret-ballot elections.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

- Ma, can I have a “Prisoner of Liebman, Becker, and Pearce” t shirt? Please???

- This Valentine really stinks!

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