National Labor Relations Board

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Noun1.National Labor Relations Board - an independent agency of the United States government charged with mediating disputes between management and labor unionsNational Labor Relations Board - an independent agency of the United States government charged with mediating disputes between management and labor unions
independent agency - an agency of the United States government that is created by an act of Congress and is independent of the executive departments
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The poster informs employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
It is organized around contemporary cases and problems to teach the core principles of labor law; focuses on collective bargaining law in the private sector workplace under the National Labor Relations Act, with reference to the Railway Labor Act and public sector labor law, as well as how labor law intersects with other laws of the workplace; addresses the practice of labor law in the global economy; and includes problems and classroom simulations.
(GRI), based in Amarillo, entered into a settlement agreement with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) over National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) violations relating to union organizing.
JB Pritzker signed the Collective Bargaining Freedom Act (SB 1474), protecting the right of employers, employees, and their labor organizations to collectively bargain and ensuring that the State of Illinois complies with the National Labor Relations Act.
The Labor relations act defines essential service as services which if interrupted would endanger the life of a person or health of the population.
Garnett represents employers in collective bargaining and matters arising under the National Labor Relations Act. He earned his law degree from the University of Missouri School of Law.
Fredrickson represents employers in various matters arising under such laws as the National Labor Relations Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Fair Labor Standard Act.
A January memorandum issued by Richard Griffin, the current general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, has further stoked long-running debate over whether university students should be deemed "employees" who can assert collective bargaining rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
"The Obama-era NLRB's flawed interpretation of the National Labor Relations Act led to a massive regulatory overreach that favored unions at all costs," (https://www.uschamber.com/press-release/us-chamber-report-highlights-10-the-worst-obama-era-nlrb-policies) said Glenn Spencer , vice president of WFI.
Private labor activity is governed by the National Labor Relations Act. Federal laws trace their history back to the period before the New Deal, when collective action, such as strikes or union-organizing by employees, generally were the subject of injunctions against "conspiracies to withhold labor." The resulting court orders to stop collective-bargaining activity resulted in riots, arrests and general havoc.
The NLRB concluded that the hospital had "violated Section 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act by attempting to prevent the off-duty employees from picketing, threatening the employees with discipline and arrest for engaging in picketing, and contacting the police in an effort to have the picketing ended," attorney Susan Jeanblanc Cohen reported on Seyfarth Shaw's Employer Relations Blog.
"It's no coincidence that, in the 126 years since the passage of the Sherman Antitrust Act and the 81 years since the passage of the National Labor Relations Act, the unions are only now attempting to impose a local regulatory scheme to organize independent contractors," said Lily Fu Claffee, chief legal officer of the U.S.