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NLRB's Persuader Rule Permanently Dead

USA - November 17 2016 Labor lawyers at Roetzel have warned clients about the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) controversial "Persuader Rules" for five years...

NLRB Gives Companies Another Reason to Not Consent to Mail Ballot Elections

USA - April 5 2016 The National Labor Relations Board likes to use mail ballot elections seemingly more than live elections. Perhaps it’s less costly for the NLRB...

Union Trying to Organize IBM Cries Uncle

USA - April 5 2016 Since 1999, the AllianceIBM - a group led by the Communication Workers of America union - has unsuccessfully tried to turn IBM into a union shop...

Case Study in Decertifying a Union

USA - April 5 2016 Many of my clients ask me how to get rid of unions. In their parlance, some want to “bust” their union. After explaining that the decision is up to...

Recent Nurse Union Organizing Reconfirms More Money Not Biggest Factor

USA - April 5 2016 Nurses at two local hospitals say they’re fed up with poor working conditions, subpar equipment, ineffective scheduling, and inadequate staffing. The...