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Late Mail Delivery Turns Out to be Problem [Again] for Mail Ballot Election

USA - May 2 2016 The NLRB has ruled that there is a significant difference between an employee’s having the opportunity to vote in an NLRB mail ballot election and…

Howard M. Bloom, Suellen Oswald.

What Did National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Richard Griffin’s Term Mean for Employers?

USA - November 3 2017 Richard F. Griffin, Jr.’s term as National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) General Counsel (GC) was marked by a dogged defense and pursuit of bolstering…

Adam C. Doerr, Howard M. Bloom.

Board adopts presumption that employees can use employer’s email system to engage in protected activity

USA - December 13 2014 In a controversial but not unexpected decision, reversing precedent, a majority of the National Labor Relations Board held that absent special…

April L. Upchurch, Howard M. Bloom.

Employer’s warning violates NLRA, board rules

USA - September 24 2014 An employer's verbal warning for "continued frivolous requests for information…and interfering with the operation of the business," directed to…

Howard M. Bloom.

Labor Board: Unions Waived Right to Bargain Over Changes to Retiree Medical Benefits

USA - October 15 2019 The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has held that an employer did not violate the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when it unilaterally…

Howard M. Bloom, Kymiya St. Pierre.