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NLRB Proposed Standard Would Increase Potential Liability for Businesses Employing Third Parties

USA - September 15 2022 If a National Labor Relations Board proposed rule is implemented as drafted, businesses that contract with third parties to provide labor or services…

Brandon Braithwaite, John Hodges-Howell

Employers Beware: NLRB Special Remedies Are Becoming Extra Special

USA - February 16 2022 The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issues "make whole" remedies. What that entails is changing drastically. Because non-union employers will…

Darrah N. Hinton, Naazaneen Hodjat

In the COVID-19 Era, What Does Face-to-Face Collective Bargaining Mean?

USA - September 11 2020 In this video segment, Peter Finch offers insight into the National Labor Relations Board's determination on what constitutes acceptable face-to-face…

NLRB Announces New Standard for Reviewing Discipline for Offensive and Abusive Conduct

USA - July 22 2020 Yesterday, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in General Motors LLC announced a big win for employers by changing the standard under which it…

NLRB Allows Employer Searches of Workers' Cars and Use of Communication Devices

USA - July 7 2020 In Verizon Wireless, decided June 24, 2020, the National Labor Relations Board held that employers have the right to search employees' personal…

John Hodges-Howell