National Labor Relations Board Dues Checkoff

The National Labor Relations Board is an independent agency of the United States federal government created in 1935 as part of the National Labor Relations Act. The Board consists of five presidentially-appointed... more +
The National Labor Relations Board is an independent agency of the United States federal government created in 1935 as part of the National Labor Relations Act. The Board consists of five presidentially-appointed members, who are charged with overseeing union elections and hearing complaints of unfair labor practices under the NLRA.    less -
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The National Labor Relations Board 2012 Year in Review

Introduction - Wow, 2012 was quite the year for the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”)! Last year, we discussed the Board’s agenda, which at the time we described as aggressive, but with the benefit of...more

National Labor Relations Board Issues Decisions Important To All Private Sector Employers

In the waning days of 2012, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued several game-changing decisions that are important to all private sector employers—both union and nonunion....more

NLRB Gets Busy – Part 1 NLRB Departs From Decades Of Precedent

The close of 2012 brought a flurry of activity by the National Labor Relations Board and the Board has not slowed down in the New Year. Several of the Board’s recent decisions mark significant departures from decades of...more

The Second Obama Term: NLRB Outlook

Employers should expect a continuation of the policies from the last four years as the NLRB seeks to extend the reach of the NLRA to nonunion workplaces and promotes increased unionization and collective bargaining....more

Reading the Tea Leaves for Employment Law in 2013 (Harry Potter Edition)

In this week’s Connecticut Law Tribune, I filed my annual “forecast” of employment law for 2013. As with the weather forecasts, it is subject to change on a moment’s notice. So drink your “tea” with a grain of...more

Employer Must Continue Union Dues Check Off After CBA Expires

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is continuing its drive to overturn well-established legal precedent that it considers to be unfavorable to unions and employees....more

NLRB Continues Its Transformation

Depending on one’s perspective, in recent years the NLRB has either blazed a radical path in favor of unions and individual concerted activity or it is returning to its original role under the National Labor Relations Act...more

NLRB Rules that Union Dues Checkoff Survives Contract Expiration

An employer that deducts union dues from employees’ wages (dues checkoff) under a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) must now continue to do so after the CBA expires....more

The NLRB Finishes 2012 with a Bang and Shows No Sign of Slowing Down in 2013

The National Labor Relations Board (the "NLRB") released a number of important decisions in late December 2012. The most significant of these decisions, which seemingly signal continued activism by the NLRB, address employee...more

Happy Holidays from the NLRB: Lumps of Coal for Employer Stockings

In a flurry of year-end activity, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or the Board) has issued a number of significant decisions. The following is excerpted from the NLRB’s press release issued on December 21....more

NLRB Overturns 50-Year-Old Precedent in Latest Decision on Dues-Checkoff Provision

In WKYC-TV, 359 NLRB No. 30 (Dec. 12, 2012), the National Labor Relations Board effectively overturned 50 years of precedent by holding that, like most other terms and conditions of employment, an employer's obligation to...more

NLRB Issues Decision Protecting Union Coffers

Historically, employers have been free to discontinue union dues check-off arrangements upon the expiration of a collective bargaining agreement. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) changed that long-standing rule on...more

NLRB Changes Course Again, Invalidates 50 Years Of Precedent On Expired Collective Bargaining Agreements

Yesterday, the National Labor Relations Board announced a major reversal of policy, invalidating 50 years of precedent on an employer’s obligation to honor dues checkoff arrangements after the expiration of a collective...more

NLRB Reverses Long-Standing Precedent on Employers' Ability to Unilaterally Cease Checkoff for Union Dues

Employers with collective-bargaining agreements that include union dues “checkoff” requirements may be unhappily surprised to learn that on Dec. 12, 2012, the National Labor Relations Board (the “NLRB”) wiped out 50 years of...more

NLRB Discards 50 Years Of Precedent – Dues Checkoff Clauses Now Survive Expiration Of Bargaining Agreement

Claiming that the Board “has never provided a coherent explanation” for the 50 year old rule that the obligation to continue deducting dues pursuant to a dues checkoff provision ceases upon expiration of the collective...more

NLRB Overturns Longstanding Precedent and Rules That a Dues Check Off Provision Survives Contract Expiration

Overruling approximately 50 years of its own precedent, the National Labor Relations Board has decided that a union dues check off provision in a collective bargaining agreement will survive expiration of the agreement. The...more

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