We have reported in recent months about steps that the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) has been taking that will make it far more easy for a Union to win and keep the right to represent a group of workers. The most recent NLRB decision to support union organizing rights opens the door for unions to target a smaller group of employees at a workplace, rather than having to organize a larger group of workers. This will make it much easier for a union to “cherry-pick” a group of workers, gain a foothold, and then try to expand from there to other groups in the same company.
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It’s only Wednesday and already this is proving to be a potentially huge week for organized labor. In moves long sought by organized labor and opposed by business groups, the Obama Administration issued two proposed federal regulations this week that could significantly impact union elections.
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