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.
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 podcast with Los Angeles employment attorney Mark Theodore of Proskauer Rose.
This podcast takes you inside the Supreme Court for coverage of the closely watched NLRB v. Noel Canning case. The stakes are high for employers because the case could place hundreds of NLRB rulings in doubt. Also featured is a conversation with XpertHR Legal Editor Melissa Boyce about other notable labor law issues to watch for in 2014.
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