This week, we’re breaking down recent actions by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that are impacting both union and non-union employers.

How the NLRB's Labor-Friendly Actions Are Affecting Union and Non-Union Employers

The NLRB is continuing its labor-friendly push with increased protections for unions, new limitations on employer rights, and significant changes that are likely to make it easier for unions to secure bargaining rights. Epstein Becker Green attorneys Steven M. Swirsky and Erin E. Schaefer tell us more about the current labor landscape and how the NLRB’s actions apply to more than just union shops.

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