The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") has been busy in recent months with both rulemaking initiatives and deciding cases. For example, beginning on April 30, 2012, the NLRB will require that employers post the new notice about union rights and institute new rules making it easier for unions to organize and more difficult for employers to challenge the organizing efforts. Moreover, three new members have been appointed to the NLRB. How will these changes affect the employer in 2012?
These rules and the NLRB's recent case decisions reflect significant risks for the unwary employer -- both unionized and non-union alike. Please join us to discuss these changes and their consequences.
- Who are the new NLRB members
- The impact of recent NLRB decisions and the amended rules on all employers
- What this means for employee protected rights, union organizing, and labor negotiations
- What companies need to know now
- What the future may hold
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