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Insight
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May 31, 2021

Aggressive vs. Bad Faith Bargaining: Where is the Line?

The NLRB, by a vote of 2-1, recently reversed an administrative law judge in finding that a hospital did not violate the National Labor Relations Act by failing and refusing to bargain in good faith with the union.

Littler Report
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May 12, 2021

Social and Political Issues and the Workplace – Implications for Employers

Over the past year, employers have had to grapple with seismic social, cultural, and political developments impacting profoundly how they do business.

Insight
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May 3, 2021

Hitting the Ground Running: The First 100 Days of the Biden Administration, and Key Takeaways for Employers

In September 2020, then-candidate Joe Biden promised that, if elected, he would be the “strongest labor president you’ve ever had.” In his first 100 days in office, now President Biden has acted quickly and aggressively to make good on this pledge.

Insight
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June 17, 2021

New York HERO Act Requires Workplace Safety Measures

In an effort to prevent the occupational exposure to an airborne infectious disease, the New York legislature has passed the aptly named New York Health and Essential Rights Act, or NY HERO Act, which amends the New York Labor Law.

Podcast
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April 29, 2021

The Promise and Perils of Affinity Groups; Or, How Not to Bargain with your Employee Resource Group

A discussion of the do’s and don’ts of interacting with an active Affinity Group within your organization.

ASAP
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April 27, 2021

Biden Issues Executive Order to Encourage Worker Organizing and Bargaining

President Biden continues to make good on his campaign promise to be the most labor-friendly president ever. On April 26, 2021, he issued an executive order that seeks to increase union organization and strengthen the hand of organized labor.

Insight
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April 14, 2021

Are You Prepared for the Return of the War on Employee Handbooks?

The National Labor Relations Act governs what most private-sector employers can say and do with respect to employee “concerted” or group activities, whether they are represented by a union or not.

ASAP
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April 1, 2021

Biden Unveils Infrastructure Plan with Heavy Focus on Organized Labor

On March 31, 2021, President Biden unveiled his $2 trillion infrastructure plan, the American Jobs Plan (AJP), which comes on the heels of the enactment of last month’s $1.9 trillion COVID-recovery legislation, the American Rescue Plan.

Insight
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March 17, 2021

Peter Sung Ohr has Cemented the Biden NLRB’s Direction Despite Challenges to his Interim Appointment and Prosecutorial Authority

In the seven weeks since Ohr ascended the acting general counsel post at the NLRB, he has taken several steps to advance President Biden’s labor agenda.

ASAP
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March 16, 2021

NLRB Rescinds Proposed Rule Clarifying Status of Private University and College Students Working in Connection with their Studies

The NLRB announced that it is withdrawing a proposed rule that would have excluded undergraduate and graduate students at private colleges and universities who perform services in connection with their studies from coverage under the NLRA.

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