National Labor Relations Act issues may become important during political race
With the Republican Presidential primary race in full swing, there are many issues being discussed. The National Labor Relations Board’s activities may come into more focus during the election campaign. The NLRB has been active during the Obama administration’s term, and our firm has been monitoring what it does. The new appointees have changed the focus of the Board, and the Board has issued new regulations, which require employers to post notices of employee NLRA rights and which change the process for representation elections.
The Wilson Worley Employment attorneys have written several newsletters in recent months about the NLRB/NLRA. The newsletters include “Administrative Law Judge Holds that Company Violated NLRA When It Prohibited Employees From Discussing Their Pay,” “NLRB Declares Employees Have Protected Right to Seek Class Relief,” and “NLRB Finalizes ‘Right To Organize’ Notice Rule.” For links to read these newsletters, and other Wilson Worley employment law updates, follow this link: http://www.wwmgs.com/index.php?id=30.