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For practitioners and students, two hefty volumes offer coverage that begins with a history of the National Labor Relations Act.
The "processing fee" is purportedly for labor-related notices that California employers are required to post at their business premises informing employees of their legal rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act, NLRB acting general counsel, said in the statement.
Wayne Gold, regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, has found "reasonable cause" to believe that The Washington Ballet violated the National Labor Relations Act when it refused to rehire two union activist dancers who testified against it at an NLRB hearing (see "Dance Matters," July 2005).
Daly wrote that the union's threats to punish player agents, if true, violate the National Labor Relations Act as well as the league's now-expired collective-bargaining agreement.
they have no official rights to form a union, bargain collectively, or confront employers--rights granted to workers in most other industries under the National Labor Relations Act.
In addition, there do not appear to have been any lawsuits filed challenging the legality of the Act, either on the grounds that it is preempted by the National Labor Relations Act or that it is an unconstitutional intrusion by the City Council into an area of the law within the jurisdiction of the state legislature.
He identifies the National Labor Relations Act, which provides for the right of workers to organize and engage in collective bargaining, as a "direct descendant of the great changes wrought by the War of the Rebellion" and speaks of taking "comfort .