All posts in "Labor Law"

Learning From A Lockout

By UnionProof

At the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year at Long Island University, all 400 members of the faculty union at Long Island University (LIU) were stopped from coming to work on the Brooklyn, NY campus. The administration also cut off their health insurance and email accounts and refused them access to their offices. The event […]


What Recent NLRB Rulings Mean For Employers

By UnionProof

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the independent federal agency that safeguards employee rights to organize as unions, recently reversed some rulings that affect employers. Three of these rulings may have a significant impact on employers like you. Joint Employer Ruling While considering the recent Hy-Brand Industrial Contractors and Brandt Construction case, the NLRB changed […]

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