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Breaking: NLRB General Counsel seeks to scrap 50 years of precedent and require card check recognition

USA - April 13 2022 With Congress failing to make the organizing process easier for unions, the NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo is now asking the Board to require…

Elizabeth A. Dailey, Joshua S Fox

NLRB GC seeks dramatic change to employer’s right to speak to employees about unionization at work

USA - April 7 2022 For decades, employers had been free to gather employees to discuss - in a non-coercive manner - the employer’s views on unionization, and had been…

Thomas B. Fiascone, Joshua S Fox, Steven J Porzio, Mark Theodore

No temporary relief for NYC hotels from severance law

USA - April 6 2022 As previously discussed here, the New York City Council passed a law at the end of last year requiring certain hotels in the City to pay eligible…

Elizabeth A. Dailey, Joshua S Fox

NYC enacts severance pay requirements for displaced hotel workers

USA - October 13 2021 Effective as of October 5, 2021, Int. 2397-2021 requires operators of “transient hotels” (as defined by Section 12-10 of the New York City zoning…

Rachel Kessler, Arielle E. Kobetz, Steven J Porzio

Tesla and Musk Get a Shock from the NLRB - Tesla CEO Ordered to Delete Union Tweet and Eliminate Overly Broad Confidentiality Policy

USA - April 1 2021 In its March 25 decision, the NLRB unanimously held that: (1) Tesla violated the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) after prohibiting employees…

Joshua S Fox, Abigail S. Rosenblum