Executive Labor Summary - May/June 2011


In This Issue:

News and Analysis:

- Boeing trial taxis down the runway

- NLRB sues Arizona over secret ballot law, and has South Dakota in its sights

- Dues checkoff may survive contract expiration

- NLRB adds “rat balloon” to unions’ secondary boycott arsenal

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly:

- NLRB “open to” requiring employers to provide information to unions about plant relocations

- Man bites dog, or dog bites man? NLRB rejects union suggestion to conduct new election at neutral site, but employer loses anyway

- Trumka threatens Democrat politicians

- Bruce Raynor forced out! But is he a victim of politics? (Probably.)

Please see full newsletter below for more information.

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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Elections & Politics Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

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