The most recent charge of unfair labor practices against Boulder City Hospital has been dropped, but a union vote among its 300 nurses, housekeepers and other workers appears to be on hold while previous charges are appealed to the National Labor Relations Board in Washington.
What does NLRB stand for?
NLRB stands for National Labor Relations Board (US government)
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- Noise Load Ratio
- Non-Linear Regression
- Non-Linear Resistive
- North Little Rock (North Little Rock, AR)
- North London Railway
- Nucleotide-Binding Domain and Leucine-Rich Repeat Containing Family (protein)
- Navy Logistics Research and Development
- National Labor Relations Act
- North Loose Residents Association (UK)
- Northern Late-model Racing Association
- National Labor Relations Board Union
- National Labor Relations Commission (Philippines)
- National Labrador Retriever Club
- National Language Resource Center
- National Latino Research Center (California State University)
- Newfoundland and Labrador Refining Corporation (Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada)
- NSW (New South Wales) Law Reform Commission (Australia)
- National Lilac Rabbit Club of America
- North Little Rock Community Concert Band
- National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management, Inc
Samples in periodicals archive:
Daily News Glendale hotel, labor board settle 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.
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.