ANALYSIS: Why ULP Complaints Against Unions Might Be Rule-Proof

Jan. 28, 2020, 11:55 AM

It’s not often that the National Labor Relations Board takes a stance that can objectively be seen as pro-worker and anti-union at the same time. But that’s what can happen when union members file complaints against their own locals—usually for failure to adequately represent them during grievances. Board members sometimes have to pick a side.

The current NLRB soon could make a move to further solidify its opposition to the union side, according to a recent Bloomberg Law news story. After weighing in on a case that eventually settled in May 2019, the office of general counsel Peter Robb ...

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