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Labor Relations / Unions

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NLRB takes aim at ‘quickie election’ rule


The National Labor Relations Board has launched a formal bid to overturn a 2014 rule that sped up the election process required to certify union representation of a workforce.

Feds file Supreme Court brief opposing ‘fair share’ union dues


The Trump administration has weighed in on an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court that could determine if labor unions can charge “fair-share fees” to employees who aren’t union members.

Ring to be nominated to NLRB


Management-side employment lawyer John Ring is in the final stages of White House vetting to replace National Labor Relations Chair Philip Miscimarra, whose term ends Dec. 16.

NLRB poised to enact pro-employer agenda


During the final years of the Obama administration, the National Labor Relations Board adopted an extremely pro-worker and pro-union approach to employment and organized labor issues. That will probably change as the Trump administration puts the finishing touches on an NLRB makeover.

Supreme Court 2017–18: Employment law cases on the docket


This year’s Supreme Court docket covers several timely employment law issues. As the last word on important legal issues, Supreme Court decisions usually offer important compliance lessons.

What behavioral psychology has to do with unionization


When employees consider whether to invite a union into the workplace to represent them, their choice may be guided by the psychology of decision-making. A recent book on the subject sheds light on how employers can respond to unionization efforts.

EEOC cuts backlog to 10-year low


The EEOC trimmed its backlog of discrimination and harassment cases by 16.2% in fiscal year 2017, which ended Sept. 30.

NLRB general counsel confirmed


The Senate has confirmed Peter Robb to become the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel. The general counsel acts as the board’s top prosecutor.

Joint-employer legislation passes quick House vote


Legislation repealing the broad definition of joint employment established by the National Labor Relations Board’s 2015 Browning-Ferris decision passed the House of Representatives Nov. 7.

Joint-employer legislation scheduled to move quickly in House


The House Rules Committee is fast-tracking legislation that would repeal the broad definition of joint employment established by the National Labor Relations Board’s 2015 Browning-Ferris decision.

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