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NLRB Returns to Former Stance on Employers’ Obligations to Continues Dues Checkoff after CBAs Expire

Posted in Strikes, Union Negotiations
On Monday, the NLRB reinstated its long-standing position that the NLRA does not require employers to continue dues checkoff after the expiration of a collective bargaining agreement. The case, entitled Valley Hospital Medical Center, 368 N.L.R.B. No. 139 (“Valley Hospital”), came after a four-year-long departure from that long-standing position. Many labor professionals may see the… Continue Reading

Class Actions Filed in Ohio Challenging Public Sector Employee Agency Fees and Union Dues

Posted in Courts, Union Membership
The landmark Supreme Court decision in Janus has now precipitated the filing of two new class actions, right here in Central Ohio.  Last week, public employees working at different public agencies, filed two class actions challenging not only the agency fees they have paid in the past, but also union dues they attempted to halt… Continue Reading

Who Needs a 50-Year-Old Rule? Employers Must Now Continue Dues Deductions Even After Union Contract Expires

Posted in Management, Negotiations, Union Membership, Union Negotiations
Reversing a rule that has been in place for over 50 years, the NLRB has ruled that a “dues checkoff” provision in a union contract outlasts the termination of the contract establishing it. The 3-2 decision, which came out earlier this year, but was overshadowed by the hullabaloo over the joint employer decision, is a… Continue Reading