NLRB Adopts “Quickie” Election Rule

Stephen R. McCutcheon, Jr., Attorney at Law December 15, 2014 As was expected, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) adopted a new rule to expedite elections union representation cases.  This rule has previously been referred to as the “ambush elections” or “quickie elections” rule.  Over the dissent of two Board members, a majority has adopted … More NLRB Adopts “Quickie” Election Rule

Take Another Look at Your Employee Handbook – The NLRB Finds Employees Have the Right to Use Their Employer’s E-Mail System for Organizational Activities

By Stephen R. McCutcheon, Jr. December 12, 2014 I previously wrote about the systematic effort of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and its General Counsel Richard Griffin to overturn long-standing precedent that provided certainty and balance regarding labor issues in the workplace, and that one of the targets was the President Bush-era decision in … More Take Another Look at Your Employee Handbook – The NLRB Finds Employees Have the Right to Use Their Employer’s E-Mail System for Organizational Activities