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Executive Labor Summary - September/October 2017

NLRB seats fill, and more to come. The U.S. Senate confirmed William Emanuel as a member of the National Labor Relations Board on September 25, creating a Republican majority on the Board. Mr. Emanuel was a management-side...more

Executive Labor Summary - July / August 2017

NEWS & ANALYSIS Changing of the guard at the NLRB: Two steps forward, and one step back - One of President Trump’s nominees for the National Labor Relations Board, Marvin E. Kaplan, was confirmed by the Senate on August 2...more

Executive Labor Summary - May / June 2017

NEWS & ANALYSIS - Trump nominations on track to fill open seats on the NLRB - After a slow start, President Trump is taking the steps to fill more slots at various agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board. On...more

Executive Labor Summary - March / April 2017

NEWS & ANALYSIS- Winners and losers feel effects of the Presidential election - For winners, Philip Miscimarra, who was Acting Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, gave up “acting” and got real with...more

Executive Labor Summary - January / February 2017

NEWS & ANALYSIS - Better times ahead at the NLRB, but it may take a while - For nearly eight years, the National Labor Relations Board has been in the majority control of Democratic appointees of President Obama. During...more

Executive Labor Summary - September / October 2016

NEWS & ANALYSIS - Class arbitration cases continue to stack up at Supreme Court. The National Labor Relations Board on September 9 petitioned the Court for certiorari in NLRB v. Murphy Oil USA, Inc. The lower court...more

Executive Labor Summary - July / August 2016

NEWS & ANALYSIS - The NLRB continues its assault on workplace civility and efficiency– As we reported more than two years ago, Mark Gaston Pearce, Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, and NLRB General Counsel...more

Executive Labor Summary - May / June 2016

NEWS & ANALYSIS - DOL Persuader Rule will not take effect July 1, after court issues preliminary injunction – In the second decision to be issued in the three lawsuits challenging the U.S. Department of Labor’s new...more

Executive Labor Summary - March / April 2016

NEWS & ANALYSIS - DOL’s “Persuader Rule”: Fight on! – As we have previously reported, the U.S. Department of Labor on March 24 issued new regulations that adopt a new interpretation of the "persuader" reporting...more

Executive Labor Summary: 2015 Wrap-Up Edition

U.S. Department of Labor moves forward with new "persuader" regulations, expected in March 2016 - As we have previously reported, the U.S. Department of Labor has long wanted to revise the "persuader" reporting rules under...more

Executive Labor Summary - September / October 2015

Back to the Past at VW Chattanooga? - On October 23, the United Auto Workers' Local 42 filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board to represent a bargaining unit of skilled trades workers at Volkswagen's...more

NLRB Changes Joint Employment Standard, with Far-Reaching Implications for Employers

Last week, the National Labor Relations Board issued its long-awaited ruling in Browning-Ferris Industries and, as expected, changed the standard for determining joint-employer status. If the decision stands, it will...more

8/31/2015  /  Control Test , Joint Employers , NLRA , NLRB

Executive Labor Summary - July / August 2015

Quickie elections seem here to stay, but Senate Republicans aren’t giving up. On July 29, the National Labor Relations Board won another challenge to its “quickie election” rules pursued by employer groups. This time, Judge...more

Executive Labor Summary - April/May 2015

NLRB “quickie election” rule takes effect - On April 6, President Obama vetoed a joint resolution of Congress that sought to block the “quickie election” rule issued by the National Labor Relations Board....more

NLRB General Counsel’s report on employee handbook rules provides some guidance . . . but employers may not like it

As we have previously reported, the National Labor Relations Board in recent years has put employee handbooks and policy manuals under a magnifying glass, searching for any provision that might, in its view, violate the...more

Volkswagen Adopts "European-Style" Labor Engagement Policy for Chattanooga . . . But Will It Stall?

Last week, Volkswagen Group of America announced a "Community Organization Engagement" policy that will allow labor organizations to engage in what the company calls "constructive dialogue" with the company and employees at...more

Executive Labor Summary Executive Labor Summary - September/October 2014

Ebola crisis: the next big organizing issue? - Labor relations are already being affected by the Ebola crisis in the United States. On October 8 and 9, at LaGuardia Airport in New York, approximately 75 non-union...more

10/29/2014  /  Airlines , Ebola , Employee Rights , NLRA , NLRB , Unions

Executive Labor Summary - July/August 2014

NLRB extends Weingarten right of union representation to drug and alcohol test situations - On July 31, a three-member panel of the National Labor Relations Board in Ralph's Grocery Co. ruled that a union-represented...more

"Blue" Michigan Enacts Right-To-Work Law, and Unions are Seeing Red

Yesterday, amid massive protests in Lansing, Michigan became the 24th right-to-work state. Republican Governor Rick Snyder signed two1right-to-work bills into law, continuing a trend that began earlier this year with Indiana....more

12/13/2012  /  NLRA , Right to Work , Unions
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