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Meanwhile, according to an investigation by the USA Today Network, "at least 60 lawsuits, along with hundreds of liens, judgments
In a response to the recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board that allows graduate student workers to unionize, Northwestern University reacted by saying, "Unionization and collective bargaining are not the appropriate methods to address concerns raised by graduate student assistants."
In its recent decision in Columbia University, the National Labor Relations Board by a 3-1 vote granted graduate student assistants at private universities the right to form labor unions and to collectively bargain.
The nationwide movement for better pay and benefits expands to the South.
Whole Foods has a policy against employees making recordings in the workplace without the boss' permission. Federal officials have ruled the policy illegal.
The worker was also reprimanded for discussing wages with his colleagues, which is a federal right.
On this Labor Day 2015, there are nascent signs that workers may be gaining a little ground.
The economic model of college athletics is going to change in the coming years. But change certainly isn't always bad. In this case, it will be good. The games will remain exciting and, most importantly, college sports will be more fair and just for the athletes creating the product.
I strongly support the NLRB's amended standard for determining joint-employer status. Workers should not be prevented from bargaining with the companies that help set their wages, benefits, schedules and workplace conditions. This ruling will restore workers' rights.
In 2013, Gary Navarro took a job working the slots at the Graton Resort and Casino, an Indian-owned casino in Rohnert Park
It may be time for the National Labor Relations Board to step in and mediate LA's "99-seat theater wars."
Overly broad rules regarding employee conduct can easily be viewed to ban protected criticism of management or the employer. Therefore, general statements encouraging respectful conduct are found to be unlawful.
The National Labor Relations Board (Board, NLRB) removed unnecessary barriers and reduced unnecessary delays according to their final rule on the union election process. This ruling has been referred to as "quickie or ambush elections."
The board first proposed the rules three years ago. Republicans have hammered the changes as opening the door for "ambush
In the final analysis, the distinction between college football players and college debaters is the fact that the industry would like college football players to remain silent. Denying them their rightful status as employees accomplishes just that.