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Consequences of the NLRB’s Proposed New “Joint Employer” Rule

USA - September 21 2022 During the Labor Day week, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) announced a proposed rule (“Proposed Rule”) that, if adopted, will…

Richard S. Cleary, John T. Lovett, Jeffrey S. Shoskin

EEOC Changes Position on COVID-19 Testing and Clarifies Other Protocols

USA - July 15 2022 On July 12, the EEOC updated its Technical Assistance Guidance concerning COVID-19 testing and vaccines in the workplace. In doing so, the EEOC…

Anne E. Duprey, Kyle D. Johnson, Jeffrey S. Shoskin

NLRB Action Against Starbucks Signals Increased Union Risk for All Employers

USA - May 3 2022 The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is seeking injunctions against Starbucks Coffee Company. If granted, these injunctions will transform…

John T. Lovett, Mekesha H. Montgomery, Jeffrey S. Shoskin, Brice C. Smallwood

Union Organizing Petitions Up 57%: What Does This Mean for Employers?

USA - April 12 2022 Union organizing petitions have increased 57% since October 2021. Amazon and Starbucks recently suffered union organizing defeats. Are these flukes or…

John T. Lovett, Mekesha H. Montgomery, Brice C. Smallwood

OSHA Set to Withdraw Vaccine-or-Test Mandate

USA - January 25 2022 Less than two weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to stay OSHA’s vaccine-or-test Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”), OSHA announced the…

Anne E. Duprey, Kyle D. Johnson, Souhila EL Moussaoui, Jeffrey S. Shoskin