Honoring Labor

In honor of Labor Day, former NLRB Member and Chair Wilma Liebman reminds us of what labor unions mean to this country and why they’re worth fighting...

Update to NLRB’s Notice Posting Rule

Due to some court challenges by business interests, the NLRB has been temporarily enjoined from implementing the rule requiring employers to post notices informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.  See our previous blog post to find...

A Return to 1934?

Section 1 of the National Labor Relations Act (from the original 1935 Wagner Act) is premised on facilitating the flow of commerce by reducing industrial “strife and unrest” through collective bargaining and peaceful dispute resolution mechanisms.  In light of the...