Under its current arbitration deferral policy, the National Labor Relations Board, to encourage collectively bargained dispute resolution, would defer a final determination in certain unfair labor practice (“ULP”) charges when the grievance can be processed through the parties’ grievance or arbitration provisions under their collective bargaining agreement (“CBA”). The Board’s Acting General Counsel has urged
NLRB Threatens Litigation against States Requiring Secret Ballot Vote in Union Organizing
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The National Labor Relations Board’s union-boosting has taken a new and troubling turn…repudiating the will of voters who would make unions show by secret ballot that they really represent employees.
The NLRB has threatened four states, whose voters passed initiatives last year barring employers from recognizing unions except following a secret ballot election, with lawsuits…