Vorys on Labor

Vorys on Labor

Insights for the Labor Relations Professional

Tag Archives: mandatory subjects of bargaining

Puzder, and Acosta, and Boeing, and Griffin, Oh My!

Posted in Department of Labor, NLRB, Union Organizing
What a last couple of weeks on the labor law front.  Here is a quick round up of significant developments, just to make sure you are caught up: Puzder Out, Acosta Up Next President Trump’s first DOL secretary nominee, Andrew Puzder, withdrew himself from contention earlier this week.  Press reports suggest that there was insufficient support… Continue Reading

Employer Must Bargain With Union Over Rule Adopted to Comply with OSHA General Duty Clause

Posted in NLRB
Cell phones, iPods, radios, blue tooth earpieces:  common electronic gadgets in our world today.  Labor professionals frequently must decide how to appropriately regulate the use of these devices in the workplace.  This was the problem that confronted the employer in Warren Unilube, Inc., 358 N.L.R.B. No. 92 (July 31, 2012).  The employer operated a petroleum products plant. … Continue Reading