National Labor Relations Board

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Employers Surrounded by Unionizing Efforts

From, International Business Times, Joe Wheeler, 22 Jun 2011. The siege of Sacramento continued Tuesday as the United Farm Workers Union occupied the north steps of the Capitol building in a 12-day fast urging Gov. Jerry Brown to sign into law the nation’s first “card check” legislation that would allow union organizers to use … Continue reading

‘Card Check’ Empowers Unions, Not Union Workers

From, Editorial, 23 Jun 2011. The problem with the ‘card check’ bills, such as SB 104, that California Democrats keep sending to the governor is that they empower unions, not union workers. California’s agricultural laborers work hard and lead difficult lives. Wages are low, making it nearly impossible to save enough money to secure … Continue reading

Legislation Watch: CA SB 104

From, “SB 104 (Steinberg) Labor representatives: elections.” California State Legislation SB 104 (Steinberg) Labor representatives: elections. Bill Text: 01/12/11 – Introduced (pdf) Bill Location: Senate Committee Sen Appropriations Last Action: 03/09/11: From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 5. Noes 2. Page 306.) (March 9). Re-referred to Com. on APPR. Votes: 03/09/11 – Sen … Continue reading

Coalition Says Notice Rule Exceeds Agency’s Authority

From, “Coalition Says Notice Rule Exceeds Agency’s Authority” by the California Chamber of Commerce and a coalition of employers comprising Associated General Contractors, California Association for Health Services at Home, California Association of Health Facilities, California Business Properties Association, California Farm Bureau Federation, California Grocers Association, California Hospital Association, California Independent Grocers Association, California League … Continue reading

National Council of Agricultural Employers: NCAE News Brief #8

From, “NCAE News Brief #8” by Frank A. Gasperini Jr., NCAE Executive Vice President, 25 Feb 2011. In the “NCAE News Brief #8,” dated 25 Feb 2011, Frank A. Gasperini Jr., Executive Vice President of the National Council of Agricultural Employers, addresses the following topics: NCAE thanks to American AgriWomen for recruiting. Employer enforcement I-9 … Continue reading

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