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an independent agency of the United States government charged with mediating disputes between management and labor unions

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The NLRB has provided details on the rule on its website and the NLRB's General Counsel has issued guidance on implementation of the rule at http:// www.
The passage of the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947, which banned the NLRB from conducting economic analysis and mediating disputes while making the NLRB general counsel separate from the board itself, further reduced its ability to act as an independent, depoliticized body.
Rabin added that if recent NLRB cases involving social media are notable for what you cannot do or say, and there are so many caveats needed when drafting a policy to ensure that the NLRB finds it lawful, a company has to think long and hard about whether they want to have a policy at all.
NLRB AGO Purcell directed Board field staff to be alert for such referrals, and to record the number of OSHA-referred charging parties.
NAM president Jay Timmons said the NLRB has no authority to enforce notice posting and that the ruling marks a significant moment for manufacturers.
That appeal was filed on the basis that the NLRB does not have rulemaking authority, the plaintiffs' First Amendment claims, and their ongoing challenge to the NLRB's recess appointments.
The Boeing lawsuit was followed by NLRB publication of a suite of proposed rules on June 22 seeking about a dozen modifications to procedures governing union representation elections, effectively compressing the time frame between a union's filing of a representation petition and a representation election.
The NLRB is attempting to determine in what state a company like Boeing or Caterpillar can and can't do business.
Since the first Facebook firing case was filed in October 2010 against an ambulance company in Connecticut, the NLRB continues to broaden its rulings, limiting employers' rights to police what their workers say about the company online.
36) Since the decisions in Golden Crest and Croft Metals, the NLRB has decided almost a dozen cases involving the supervisory status of workers in a multitude of industries.
The NLRB has provided new definitions for activities which would attempt to make employees "supervisors" who can be excluded from the protective coverage of federal labor law.
AGMA filed a bad faith bargaining charge with the NLRB against The Washington Ballet for their negotiation tactics regarding the tour and is asking for compensation for the dancers for the canceled weeks of work.
In a 3-2 decision, the NLRB stated that a LTC facility's rules prohibiting abusive and profane language; verbal, mental, and physical abuse; and harassment are lawful, and do not interfere with employees' rights to unionize as granted under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act.
That all changed in November 2000, when the NLRB granted graduate students at NYU and other private institutions the right to form unions, overturning a 20-year-old precedent.
On September 27, 2001, the NLRB found that Cogburn had committed "widespread," "coercive," and "egregious" violations of labor law.