The National Labor Relations Board's expanded definition of "joint employer" is attracting significant attention. Boston labor law attorney Howard Bloom explains why the NLRB's Browning-Ferris ruling has huge ramifications.
Revitalized and poised with a full Senate-confirmed quorum for the first time in a decade, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is making headlines for its aggressive and often controversial steps to remind union and non-union employers that the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) protects the rights of individuals to do much more than unionize.
The National Labor Relations Board's new election rules took effect April 14, and are already having a big impact on employers. These changes, which shorten the union election process, are the focus of a new podcast with Los Angeles employment attorney Mark Theodore of Proskauer Rose.
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