For most nonunion employers, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has always been one of those federal agencies that occasionally makes headlines but generally could be ignored.
The past six months have seen a flurry of activity at the NLRB … none of it good for business. And while employment-related legislation is stalled in Congress, the NLRB’s rise is just another example of the increased regulatory and enforcement efforts coming from agencies like the DOL, EEOC and IRS.
(Editor's Note: At our upcoming Labor & Employment Law Advanced Practices (LEAP) Symposium (March 21-23 at the ARIA in Las Vegas), we’ll summarize the most important recent developments and explain how they’ll affect your organization and your career. See our newly updated agenda for sessions like “The New NLRB”, “Eye on Employment Law” and more.)
Three recent NLRB actions to be aware of:
1. Controversial new recess appointments
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