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Government labor board proposes rolling back a rule that made union organizing easier

by Mitchell Hartman Sep 14, 2018
Business organizations support the change, but labor activists say it would make low-wage contract workers more vulnerable.

Regulatory “Ping-Pong” no game for businesses

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 15, 2017
The Federal Communications Commission voted yesterday to get rid of Obama-era net neutrality rules that were just over two years old. It was a similar story over at the National Labor Relations Board, where some Obama-era rules that unions liked,…

Labor ruling says employees can only have one boss

by Andy Uhler Dec 15, 2017
The National Labor Relations Board has overturned an Obama-era ruling that had made it easier for workers at franchise businesses to form unions.
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Walmart moves to bar Black Friday protests

by Stacey Vanek Smith Nov 20, 2012
Walmart files a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board to try and stop anti-Walmart protests from taking place on Black Friday.
Customers walk outside a Walmart store on November 17, 2012 in Norwalk, Connecticut.
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NLRB board vacancies could stall major labor decisions

by John Dimsdale Dec 28, 2011
The National Labor Relations Board is about to lose the ability to enforce the nation's labor laws. On Dec. 31st, three of the five seats on the Board will become vacant. Without a quorum, the NLRB cannot decide cases.