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After Janus: The New Status of Public Sector Union Membership

By Walter Orechwa

The U.S. is an enormous country, so it takes a while to experience the full impact of new laws and regulations, and court decisions. In the June 2018 U.S. Supreme Court decision for Janus v. AFSCME, the judges ruled that unions couldn’t force public employees to pay agency fees, which are nothing more than mandatory […]

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The Totality of Circumstances: The Big Picture of NLRB Decisions

By UnionProof

“My manager made one mistake,” the employer says after an employee files a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), claiming her National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) protected concerted rights were violated. The question is whether it was one mistake or one mistake at the end of a list of behaviors that indicate the […]

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Can You Document Union Activity With Smartphones?

By UnionProof

It was easier decades ago to identify “unfair labor practices” prohibited by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Section 8(a)(1). Technology has complicated the issue because it’s always available and can be used surreptitiously. Your supervisor can whip out a smartphone and take a picture or record video of employees without their knowledge, and the […]

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