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Joint-Employer Rule Comment Period Extended Again

USA - January 14 2019 For the third time, the National Labor Relations Board has extended the deadline for submitting comments to its joint-employer rule. The proposed...


Right-to-Work Law Gets Stamp of Approval From Kentucky Supreme Court

USA - November 20 2018 With a tight 4-3 split last week, the Kentucky Supreme Court upheld the State’s right-to-work law in a lawsuit that called into question the...


Reeling from Janus, Public Unions Haled Into Court On Past Fees

USA - October 19 2018 Public unions are fending off lawsuits seeking to recover millions in fees that may have been collected unlawfully, on the heels of Janus v...


Polite President or Political Deal? Trump Renominates Pro-Union Mark Gaston Pearce To NLRB

USA - August 30 2018 This week, President Donald Trump renominated former chairman and member of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Mark Gaston Pearce to a third...


Dinged For Doing The Right Thing: NLRB Says Employer Must Produce Names Of Witnesses In Harassment Investigation

USA - August 8 2018 The situation is a common one. An employer conducts an investigation into allegations that an employee sexually harassed another employee. The...