The NLRB Is Working Overtime to Boost Unions
The National Labor Relations Board is pushing to make it easier for non-union employees to engage in collective bargaining.
What could it mean for companies across America?
Neil Cavuto explains why every business needs to be on alert, today at 4p ET on Your World.
In an article posted on MarketWatch, Mark B. Goodwin, a Washington- and Richmond, Va.-based member of LeClairRyan's Labor & Employment practice team, says, "The changes afoot at today's NLRB include a new rule that, if not enjoined by a federal court prior to April 30, will have an enormous impact by speeding up union-organizing elections. The Board has indicated that it is ready to go
full force under the new regulations should the court let them stand, and the NLRB General Counsel's office has been taking steps to make sure NLRB's regional offices are ready to go as well."