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The full National Labor Relations Board rejected the initial ruling that Northwestern football players could unionize. They used some strange logic to do so, effectively using a competitive balance argument that since the ruling could only cover private schools, it might give those schools a competitive advantage since they could offer benefits that public schools […]

Joint Employers

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On August 14, 2015

There is potentially huge news coming out of the National Labor Relations Board that would reclassify temp workers as joint employees of the company where they are temping, thus stripping away much of

Call the Waaaaambulance!

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On December 20, 2014
Businesses are very, very sad because the National Labor Relations Board did not tip the balance of workplace power toward them even further when it ruled for faster union elections. Last Friday, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued long-awaited new rules to modernize and streamline union certification elections and to eliminate the worst cases […]

NLRB

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On July 16, 2013
Although I would have rather seen the filibuster destroyed for presidential appointments, it’s a relatively minor victory for Democrats that the Republicans caved on the seven nominations. Some politicos are calling this a major victory, but I don’t see how allowing a few appointees through after delaying effective government for several months qualifies as a […]
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