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NLRB’s New Joint Employment Rules Fail . . . But Live to Fight Another Day

NLRB
No matter your political persuasion, there is little argument that during the second term of the previous administration, multiple federal agencies made landscape-altering changes to federal labor policy. These changes included rewriting guidance on independent contractor standards and accelerating the speed at which union organizing elections would occur following the filing of a representation petition.  … Continue reading this entry

NLRB: Employer Should Not Have Asked an Employee How Things Were Going During a Union Campaign

Campaign
Employers must tread carefully when communicating with employees during union organizing campaigns. A seemingly innocuous question can violate the National Labor Relations Act’s (NLRA) prohibition on employers soliciting grievances during a union organizational campaign and accompanying the solicitation with a promise, express or implied, to remedy such grievances.  However, it is not always clear what … Continue reading this entry