HR Administration

What Issues Are on the NLRB’s Radar? Be Afraid; Be Very Afraid

By Jon Hyman

Apr. 12, 2016

If you want to know the legal issues that are on the NLRB’s radar, you need to look no further than NLRB General Counsel Memo 16-01 [pdf], which lists those categories of cases that “are of particular interest and would benefit from centralized consideration.” In other words, which cases must the NLRB’s regions submit to D.C. for charge-or-don’t-charge decisions?

Several areas defined as “initiatives and/or priorities” caught my attention, and should catch yours too:

Stay tuned. It looks like the NLRB will be very busy as its current iteration (potentially) serves out its usefulness in 2016.

Jon Hyman is a partner in the Employment & Labor practice at Wickens Herzer Panza. Contact Hyman at JHyman@Wickenslaw.com.

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