Federal Labor Law Is Poised For Change

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With the recess appointments of 2 new members to the National Labor Relations Board by President Obama, employers can expect changes in federal labor law that may make it easier for labor organizations to organize workers and to provide employees with more rights under the National labor Relations Act. These changes may include the reversal of Board precedents which are considered to be "pro management" and the Board's use of its rulemaking powers.

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