Does NLRB Chairman Miscimarra’s Dissent Hint at the Future of the “Ambush” Election Rule?

The last eight years under the Obama administration saw the National Labor Relations Board’s thumb weigh heavily on the side of organized labor, often to the detriment of employees. This can be expected to change as President Trump will have two vacancies to fill on the Board, and with the recently appointed Philip A. Miscimarra … More Does NLRB Chairman Miscimarra’s Dissent Hint at the Future of the “Ambush” Election Rule?

The Total Impact of the Total Security Management Decision on Employers

New interpretive guidance issued by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) clarifies the power that an employer has to discipline employees during the time period between when the union wins a certification election and the employer signs a collective bargaining agreement. Although an employer can impose discipline during this time period, it is not without … More The Total Impact of the Total Security Management Decision on Employers