Watch for at National Labor Relations Board in 2015
Published on The National Law Review (http://www.natlawreview.com) Article By: Philip B. Rosen and Howard M. Bloom posted on: Wednesday, December 10, 2014
The National Labor Relations Board has not been shy about making news with controversial decisions during 2014. Holding franchisors liable for unfair labor practices allegedly committed by franchisees and finding violations of the National Labor Relations Act in routine contract and policy language are, perhaps, a harbinger of key decisions to come. Here are some major subjects on which employers should expect NLRB action in the coming new year, if not sooner.
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