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  • NLRB GC: Employer Can Unilaterally Implement Decisions Made Before Union Election Victory

    An employer lawfully unilaterally implemented a stricter tardiness and absentee policy even though a union had recently won an election to represent its workers, according to a memorandum released by the National Labor Relations Board General Counsel’s Division of Advice. Cott Beverages, Inc., No. 16-CA-206068 (Div. of Advice, Apr. 26, 2018, released May 15, 2018). … Continue Reading The post NLRB GC: Employer Can Unilaterally Implement Decisions Made Before Union Election Victory appeared first on Labor & Collective Bargaining.
    July 9, 2018
  • NLRB GC: Employer Can Refuse Union’s Request to Record Meetings and Interviews

    The National Labor Relations Board General Counsel’s Division of Advice has concluded that an employer could refuse to allow a union’s representatives to record monthly team meetings and investigatory interviews. GE Appliances, Haier, 21-CA-202535 (Div. of Advice, Apr. 17, 2018, released May 15, 2018). The Division found the refusal was lawful based upon the Board’s … Continue Reading The post NLRB GC: Employer Can Refuse Union’s Request to Record Meetings and Interviews appeared first on Labor & Collective Bargaining.
    July 9, 2018