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Howard Bloom Comments on Implications of Peter Robb's Recent General Counsel Memo

  • January 4, 2018
  • From SHRM

Howard Bloom comments on implications of the NLRB's Board Office of the General Counsel issuing a memorandum signaling the agency's new approach to many controversial rulings and interpretations from the Obama-era board in "More Obama NLRB Decisions May Be Ditched," published by SHRM.

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