Your “New” NLRB at Work – Involving Secondary Employers in Union Disputes


Much has been written and said about the new pro-union make-up of the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) under the Obama Administration, just as it was about the NLRB’s pro-business bias under the Bush Administration.

We want to bring the latest product of “the new NLRB” to your attention, because it impacts non-union as well as union employers.

In a recent unfair labor practice charge ruling, the NLRB held that the union practice of displaying large stationary banners in front of a secondary employer’s business (regardless of whether it is union or non-union) is lawful.

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