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BUSY NLR-BEES: NLRB Chairman Philip Miscimarra said Thursday that he plans to crank out as many rulings as possible before his term ends in December, Kate Tornone reports for HR Dive. “‘For sure, we’re going to be very, very busy as an agency,’ said [Miscimarra], who has declined the offer of a second term,” Tornone writes.
“Every time a board member’s term ends, it’s important for NLRB to issue rulings on ‘as many cases as possible’ that the departing member has participated in, Miscimarra said. If it doesn’t, those cases must be reheard and that can delay rulings up to four years, he told attendees at Epstein Becker & Green’s annual workforce management briefing in New York.”
“Miscimarra didn’t discuss which cases that push might include, but NLRB maintains a webpage listing cases of interest, including an unfair labor practice charge against Tesla,” Tornone writes.