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The Glendale Hilton and the National Labor Relations Board settled a complaint alleging hotel managers threatened employees during a union membership drive, labor leaders said Thursday.
De-unionization" is another trend, as organizing union shops has become more difficult under National Labor Relations Board policies.
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).
More alarming is the rate at which unions are now winning National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)-sanctioned elections in healthcare.
The decision vacated an earlier ruling by the National Labor Relations Board that a clause prohibiting "abusive or threatening language to anyone on company premises" in a San Francisco Bay area manufacturing company's handbook constituted an unfair labor practice.
Workers will still have to persuade the National Labor Relations Board of the validity of their claims--and that could be tougher under the Bush administration.
COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE Seventh Circuit has approved a corporate-wide cease-and-desist order by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) against Beverly California Corp.
In February, the AMA received approval from the National Labor Relations Board to allow Detroit doctors to vote on forming the AMA's first local union.