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NLRBNational Labor Relations Board (US government)
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Some of the key changes in the final NLRB election rule are the following:
After a series of high-profile cases in which the board helped expose widespread coordinated violence and other unscrupulous tactics targeting labor demonstrators, the constitutionality of the NLRA and the NLRB were upheld by the Supreme Court in National Labor Relations Board v.
With all of this in mind, Rabin said companies might want to consider even whether to have a social media policy since it could, given the NLRB s current approach, chill protected activity: When you look at most policies, you could arguably find something in there that violates that.
OSHA's policy is to advise complainants with untimely charges of the right to file charges with the NLRB, that the statute of limitations for doing so is six months, and that OSHA "recommends that the complainant contact the NLRB as soon as possible to discuss his or her rights.
The board is currently reviewing the court's decision on the employee rights notice rule and will make a decision on further proceedings at the appropriate time," said an NLRB spokesperson.
The Court also held that two provisions in the rule exceeded the authority granted to the NLRB by Congress.
The legislation amends the National Labor Relations Act to prohibit the NLRB from ordering any employer to relocate, shut down, or transfer employment under any circumstance.
The NLRB is overstepping its authority, but the president refuses to become involved.
Highly publicized "Facebook firing" cases continue to be brought by the NLRB against both unionized and non-unionized employers.
On September 29, 2006, the NLRB decided three cases in response to the Supreme Court's mandate to redefine its test for determining supervisory status.
In denouncing the NLRB decision, American Nurses Association President Rebecca M.
According to AGMA executive director Alan Gordon, they were the only dancers to testify before the NLRB at the union's request, although six others were subpoenaed.