Board deals unions a bad hand

Meisler, Andy
July 2004
Workforce Management;Jul2004, Vol. 83 Issue 7, p26
Presents information on the decision of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to re-examine the card-check neutrality agreement rules of union movements in the U.S. Move of the board majority to overturn decisions by NLRB regional offices to reject complaints by anti-union workers whose employers had signed neutrality agreements; Argument on the power of NLRB to abolish card check.


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