Unwittingly, Obama’s NLRB Moves To Put Final Nail In Private-Sector Unions’ Coffin
For all of the pro-union leanings of President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board appointees, the NLRB is, unwittingly, about to do something that those of us in the preventive labor relations field have been doing for years: Educate employees that they don’t need to pay dues to a union in order to exercise their rights. In 1935, Congress passed the National Labor Relations Act. The cornerstone | Read More »
NLRB Staff Union Claims Pro-Union NLRB Bosses Have Declared War on NLRB Employees
When discussing the National Labor Relations Board and its pro-union slant these days, few realize that the staff within the NLRB is also unionized. In fact, according to the National Labor Relations Board Union, the union represents over 950 NLRB attorneys, examiners and support staff. It is these individuals, along with their bosses within the NLRB, who are charged with remaining neutral in employer-union disputes—which | Read More »
NLRB To Force Companies To Turn Over Employee Telephone Numbers & E-Mail Addresses To Unions?
Undaunted by the constitutionally-questionable appointment of three members to Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board, union attorney and current NLRB chairman Mark Pearce declared in an Associated Press interview that he and his union comrades are continuing their assault on the 93% of private-sector employees who are union-free. In fact, if Obama’s union appointees have their way, all employees who are targeted for unionization will have | Read More »
The AFL-CIO Defends Union Violence As A ‘Legitimate’ Union Activity, Will The Dept. of Labor Do It Too?
A little over a month ago, in a case that drew national attention, a man was targeted at his home, shot and injured, all because he dared to run union free business. Now, in Buffalo, New York, a case involving outrageous allegations of labor-racketeering and union violence aimed at non-union construction workers and company owners is proceeding through the judicial process. Its outcome, however, may | Read More »
Killing the Private-Sector: What Democrats in Congress couldn’t do for union bosses, the NLRB will
As unemployment continues to rise as a result of the Obama administration’s anti-business climate, the union-controlled National Labor Relations Board is about do what a Democrat-controlled Congress could not do—give unions the ability to kill unionize more companies. We’ve known this was coming for a while now, but after union bosses blew a few hundred million of their members’ money trying to save what Democrats | Read More »
, Craig Becker
, high unemployment
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, killing jobs
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, The Union Tax
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NLRB Update: Everyone but Becker
Less than a week after the U.S. Supreme Court slapped down the National Labor Relations Board for illegally ruling on about 500 cases, the Senate has confirmed for full-terms two of President Obama’s nominees to the NLRB. According to Bloomberg… The National Labor Relations Board reached its full five-member size for the first time since December 2007 after the U.S. Senate confirmed two of President | Read More »
The SEIU, the NLRB & Recess Appointments: A ‘Shrewd’ Obama Trick?
If you work in the private sector (except for airlines and railroads) the National Labor Relations Board (NRLB) is a little known agency that can have a huge impact on your work life. Given that the goal of union bosses is to turn millions of Americans into dues-paying union members, what happens at the NLRB is of consequence to you, whether you’re an employee or | Read More »