Executive Labor Summary - May/June 2010

In This Issue:

News and Analysis

- New regulations address “anti-Beck” posting

- Senate confirms nominations of Hayes and Pearce

- Supreme Court rules two-member NLRB lacked authority

- Predictable? Becker refuses to recuse

- EFCA is dead for now, but there are other ways to skin a cat

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

- $10 million fails to “fl ush” anti-EFCA senator

- Union win rate is up, number of elections is down

- Unions must go global, take advantage of new media, Teamsters official says

- Rats exterminated

- Employees at four Texas hospitals go union

- Hot, hot, hot!

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