Topics: National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

NLRB Asks Court to Dismiss Election Rule Challenge

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on March 6 asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to dismiss the lawsuit filed by the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace and other business groups seeking to block changes to its union election rules and procedures. More

Senate Passes Measure to Block Ambush Election Rule

Senate lawmakers on March 4 passed S.J. Res. 8 to block the National Labor Relations Board’s “ambush” election rule. The House is now expected to take up a companion resolution, H.J. Res. 29, after lawmakers return from recess March 16. More

NLRB Names McDonald’s as Joint Employer in Six Complaints

The National Labor Relations Board’s Office of the General Counsel recently issued six more complaints that allege McDonald’s USA is a joint employer with its franchisees under the National Labor Relations Act, BNA reported. More

Coalition Files Lawsuit to Stop NLRB Election Rule

The Coalition for a Democratic Workplace, of which NATSO is a member, on Jan. 5 filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to stop the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from moving forward with its “ambush elections” rule. More

NLRB Names McDonald’s as Joint Employer In 13 Complaints

The National Labor Relations Board on Dec. 19 issued 13 labor complaints naming McDonald’s Corp. as a joint employer of the workers at its franchisees’ locations. More

NLRB Issues Final Elections Rule; Coalition Plans Lawsuit

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on Dec. 12 issued a final elections rule which will dramatically accelerate the time frame allowed for elections. The rule dictates procedures for workplace elections that determine whether employees want to be represented by a union. More

How NLRB's McDonald's Ruling Could Affect Franchise Relationships

The National Labor Relations Board’s recent ruling that McDonald’s can be held liable for labor violations by its franchise operators could have significant ramifications for businesses on both ends of a franchise relationship if upheld by the courts. More

Deluxe Truck Stop Hosts Senator Roy Blunt

Bob and Nick Wollenman, Deluxe Truck Stop, St. Joseph, Mo. hosted Sen. Roy Blunt (R - Missouri) at their facility on August 12, 2014. More

NLRB Ruling Makes Franchisors Liable for Franchisee Labor Practices

The general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board ruled July 29 that McDonald’s is the joint employer of its franchisees’ employees, making the company liable for labor and wage violations by its franchise operators and easing the way for unionizing nationwide. More

Coalition Urges NLRB to Withdraw Elections Rule

The Coalition for a Democratic Workplace (CDW), of which NATSO is a member, urged the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to withdraw its proposed rule regarding union elections arguing that it will create significant election challenges for employers without achieving the Board’s intended goal. More

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