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Guiding employers through labor law changes and union organizing


The landscape of U.S. labor law has changed radically over recent months. Decisions by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) have made it easier for unions to represent workers. Unions are organizing workers in industries that were never considered prospects for unions in the past. The laws in some states have made it difficult for employers to communicate their opinions on unions.

In this free, on-demand webinar, BLR Senior Legal Editor Joan S. Farrell, J.D. delves into the impact of recent NLRB decisions on all employers. Learn how the uptick in union activity may lead to organizing campaigns in nonunionized workplaces – and what employers can and can’t do when there are signs of union activity in the workplace.

You’ll learn about:

  • How recent decisions by the courts and the NLRB affect all employers
  • Changes in union organizing that can catch employers off-guard
  • How to recognize signs of union organizing
  • What employers should – and shouldn’t – do in response to union activity

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