The NLRB was intended to be an unbiased arbiter of labor disputes, ensuring workers were protected from unfair labor practices. As we have seen in
It has been a week since the 2016 Election results, and we have been thinking about what this election means in the Labor & Employment Law space, and
The legal environment for labor unions in Missouri, and across the nation, will change as a result of the 2016 state and national elections. In
At the beginning of 2010, conventional wisdom held that the labor movement had taken the offensive and was on the brink of pushing through the Congress wholesale changes that would give unions unprecedented leverage in organizing and in collective bargaining.
The Office of General Counsel (OGC) of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently issued two memoranda to NLRB Regional Directors committing to "make the principle of employee free choice meaningful" during union organizing campaigns.
With card check recognition all but dead, the UAW is trying to take matters into its own hands in re-writing rules for union elections.
On March 27, 2010, President Obama directly appointed individuals to the National Labor Relations Board and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission without awaiting Senate approval, as part of a group of "recess appointments."
This question is not particularly "quirky" but I'd like to know what legislation Congress currently is contemplating that bears upon employment issues.
Today, in one of the most significant First Amendment rulings of the past 50 years, the Supreme Court in a 5 to 4 decision overturned both precedent and federal law which had banned corporations from directly participating in the political process.
In the Queen’s speech on 18 November 2009 there were a number of proposals affecting employers.