members the two Democratic appointees now do not seem inclined to participate.
It is also possible for the NLRB
to resolve the conflict-of-interest issues that led to abandonment of theHy-Branddecision, or to simply accept another case involving similar issues and release a new standard through an alternate channel.
(4.) Who We Are: The 1935 Passage of the Wagner Act, NLRB
'S CURRENT TEST FOR JURISDICTION AND ITS APPLICATION IN CHARTER-SCHOOL UNION CASES
As of this writing, there is no indication that the NLRB
has shifted its approach based on the D.C.
Before the NLRB
inserted itself into what appeared to be a well-settled legal dialogue, existing policy and Supreme Court precedent generally favored the enforcements of arbitration agreements containing class waivers.
's action comes at a time when unions are at an all-time low in the U.S.
The current political makeup of the NLRB
likely means continued expansion of its enforcement initiatives.
According to FairPoint, as described in the NLRB
ruling, it had engaged in lawful bargaining designed to achieve its stated goals of cost savings and operational flexibility.
general counsel's office ruled that the company violated the rights of employees openly seeking better pay and working conditions.
Many employers with nonunionized workforces, such as CPA firms, don't think these stories are relevant to them and pay little attention to decisions by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB
), the federal agency that enforces the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and National Labor Relations Board have implemented a joint referral agreement to redirect to the NLRB
OSHA complainants whose claims of discrimination under the OSH Act are time barred, but may form the basis of timely unfair labor practice charges under the National Labor Relations Act.