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NLRB Decision Provides Example of New Joint Employer Standard in Action

Posted in Elections, Union Organizing
Last week, the NLRB released an opinion finding joint employment status under the standard it retooled in the Browning-Ferris Industries (“BFI”) case in 2015.  At issue was a petition from the Laborer’s Union to hold an election to form a bargaining unit covering asbestos removal workers.  The Union argued that these workers were jointly employed… Continue Reading

NLRB Reverses Course (Again) on Bargaining Units that Include Temporary Employees

Posted in Union Organizing
Last week, the NLRB issued a widely anticipated decision reversing the existing rule on collective bargaining units including temporary employees. Now, regular employees of the employer and temporary staffing agency employees working for the same employer could be combined in the same bargaining unit without either the employer’s or the staffing agency’s consent. The decision… Continue Reading