Isakson has argued that decisions created under President Obamas National Labor Relations
Board tilted the playing field in favor of unions.
An organization's labor relations
competency requirements fall along a broad spectrum, depending on the extent of traditional or nontraditional collective bargaining practices that are in place.
Prior to this position she spent more than four years at Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations
as an Outreach Services Librarian.
The majority of justices reasoned that the policy of the NLRB was inconsistent with the Labor Relations
The theory behind the procedures incorporated into the National Labor Relations
Act when it was enacted in 1935 was the NLRB would create an orderly, simple, efficient process to determine whether a group (unit) of workers wished a labor organization to represent them.
The first chapter, "Changing Models of Labor Relations
in Eastern Europe and Russia," outlines the comparative framework for analyzing changes in labor relations
in eastern Europe.
Their teams, however, are not threatened by their labor relations
The Pennsylvania Labor Relations
Board is expected to render a decision this fall, but the appeals process could drag on for years.
On the one hand, we have witnessed some of the harshest cases of adversarial labor relations
in recent memory.
Because the labor relations
department negotiates the contract calling for participation in the plan, it becomes the link among the company, the trustees, and the unions.
Littler Mendelson (Littler) and Duvin, Cahn & Hutton (Duvin) share similar roots, beginning as traditional labor relations
firms; the combination of the two labor and employment powerhouses is expected to have a positive impact with the employers they advise across a variety of industries and state borders.
law; selected federal statutes and sample bargaining agreement, 12th ed.