NLRB to Streamline Process of Seeking Injunctions for Terminations During Organizing Campaigns

Many have speculated that the National Labor Relations Board may seek to implement through the Board’s processes certain aspects of the Employee Free Choice Act in lieu of legislative action.  To wit, in a move that partially implements EFCA’s “enhanced enforcement” provisions, the NLRB Office of the General Counsel (GC) has put into place a program designed to streamline and expedite the process of seeking preliminary injunctions from federal courts in cases involving employee discharges during union organizing campaigns.  While many health care employers confront the challenge of union organizing, this development is quite noteworthy. 

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