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    Scab Hating Union Thug

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    Default Can Workers Still Use the National Labor Relations Board under Trump?

    Know your rights....

    "For those following labor law issues, each week seems to bring a new horror story about the Trump Labor Board dismantling rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

    Since Trump appointees became the majority on the five-member National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., the Board has weakened worker rights—or announced its intention to do so—regarding mid-term bargaining, picketing, the use of “Scabby the Rat,” the size of bargaining units, joint employer issues, handbook rules, and more.

    As at other federal agencies, Trump’s appointees to the NLRB are eroding the very rights the agency is charged with protecting. Their template for action is not the goals set forth in the Act, but the wish list of the Chamber of Commerce." Read more....

    https://www.labornotes.org/2020/01/c...rd-under-trump



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    Last edited by 222lifer; 01-14-2020 at 11:49 AM.

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    Taking A Stand!!!

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    Default Re: Can Workers Still Use the National Labor Relations Board under Trump?

    Quote Originally Posted by 222lifer View Post
    Know your rights....

    "For those following labor law issues, each week seems to bring a new horror story about the Trump Labor Board dismantling rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

    Since Trump appointees became the majority on the five-member National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., the Board has weakened worker rights—or announced its intention to do so—regarding mid-term bargaining, picketing, the use of “Scabby the Rat,” the size of bargaining units, joint employer issues, handbook rules, and more.

    As at other federal agencies, Trump’s appointees to the NLRB are eroding the very rights the agency is charged with protecting. Their template for action is not the goals set forth in the Act, but the wish list of the Chamber of Commerce." Read more....

    https://www.labornotes.org/2020/01/c...rd-under-trump



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    And I have shared many posts on this site to back this up. Not fake news!!!

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    Default Re: Can Workers Still Use the National Labor Relations Board under Trump?

    Seems a federal court has stuck down a rule that was unlawfully implemented. That should be no surprise for this administration.

    Breaking: Federal Court Strikes Down New NLRB Rules on Representation Election Procedures; Implementation Delayed and Status of the Rules Uncertain
    After an initial COVID-19 related delay, the sweeping new NLRB representation election rules that reversed the Obama-era “quickie” election process were about to go into effect on May 31, 2020. However, an eleventh-hour district court order struck down a significant portion of the rule as unlawfully implemented for failing to follow proper administrative procedure, casting doubt on when, if at all, the new rules will apply. Details of the planned changes are outlined in our reporting on the NLRB’s initial announcement of proposed amendments, as well as updated rules regarding election rules and procedures here and here.

    On May 30, 2020, in a much-anticipated decision in a case brought by the AFL-CIO against the NLRB, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia found that the challenged-portion of the NLRB rules were substantive (not procedural) in nature and were, therefore, improperly implemented without providing the public a notice-and-comment period to provide feedback before implementation as required under the Administrative Procedure Act.
    https://www.laborrelationsupdate.com...les-uncertain/

 

 

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