NLRB Restores Long-Standing Precedent

Union Employers May Make Unilateral Employment Policy Changes When Consistent with Past Practices… In a 3-2 decision involving Raytheon Network Centric Systems last week, the National Labor Relations Board restored a 1964 precedent allowing an employer to implement employment changes that are consistent with past practice without first bargaining with the union. The Board’s new … More NLRB Restores Long-Standing Precedent

Picketing Preference Laws Upheld

  Originally posted on December 28, 2012 by Ron Brown The California Supreme Court ruled on December 27, 2012 that unions are entitled to picket store entrances,  even where the premises are not a public forum, the store maintains an express policy prohibiting third parties from distributing literature in its entrance area, and the store’s employees have not agreed to union representation.  The decision places California law … More Picketing Preference Laws Upheld