As Mr. Swirsky discusses, the General Counsel for the NLRB has issued an internal memo that offers employers insight into his office’s initiatives and emphasis this year. The memo describes the types of cases that must be submitted to the Division of Advice for review rather than decided by the Regional Office, where the charge was filed. Among other priorities, the General Counsel wants to expand employees’ rights to organize and communicate using company resources, cut back on employer rights in bargaining, and grant significant new rights to nonunion employees.
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