What Next for the NLRB?

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In late January, 2013, a DC circuit court ruled that President Obama's recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) were unconstitutional, and therefore invalid.

The ruling calls into question numerous decisions and rulings by the NLRB (including those to do with social media use in the workplace) during 2012 - and begs the question: what next? For employers, here's a look at what to make of the circuit court ruling, and See more +

In late January, 2013, a DC circuit court ruled that President Obama's recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) were unconstitutional, and therefore invalid.

The ruling calls into question numerous decisions and rulings by the NLRB (including those to do with social media use in the workplace) during 2012 - and begs the question: what next? For employers, here's a look at what to make of the circuit court ruling, and how the Obama administration and NLRB will likely respond next...

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