With the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) likely to lose its quorum later this month, the agency has been busy with both rulemaking initiatives and in deciding cases. In addition to a new notice that employers must post about union rights, the NLRB voted to go forward with Chairman Pearce's resolution to amend certain union election procedures. 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.
- 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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