NLRB’s Griffin Forgets His Own Reforms

By Bill McMorris, The Washington Free Beacon

President Obama’s top labor prosecutor fumbled questions about the agency’s proposed reforms to the union election process during a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Tuesday.

New Bills Address Micro Units, Whistleblowing, Comp Time

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Labor and employment-related bills are once again becoming popular at the federal level. With less than a month before the April 14 effective date of the National Labor Relations Board’s “ambush” election rule, and the same day the House approved a resolution to try to stop the rule’s implementation, lawmakers are attempting to shape labor-management relations through other means.

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NLRB New Rule Would Harm Employees and Employers

On February 11, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions conducted a hearing, titled “Ambushed: How the NLRB’s New Election Rule Harms Employers & Employees,” where the National Labor Relations Board’s contentious new “ambush” union election rule was discussed.

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NLRB Ambush Election Rule Weakens Worker Privacy

Government should not have the power to force private-sector employers to disclose workers’ private contact information to a third party special-interest group for any cause. Unfortunately, that is exactly what the National Labor Relations Board’s new ambush election rule will do.