Through its decisions, the five-member National Labor Relations Board interprets the National Labor Relations Act. These decisions set rules that regulate unionized and non-unionized workplaces, including the relationship between employers and organized labor and the rights of employees to engage in concerted activities. With President Joe Biden’s appointees taking their seats, the Board’s Democratic majority
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House Passes Bill to Ratify USMCA and Promises Unprecedented Monitoring over Mexico’s Labor Reform
By James M. Stone, James P. Verdi & John L. Sander on
Posted in Uncategorized, Unions and Organizing
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed legislation to ratify the United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) and create an unprecedented level of oversight over another country’s labor relations. If the bill becomes law, it could prompt even greater reforms to Mexico’s labor laws.
For at least 50 years, a company in Mexico could recognize a…