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The New NLRB: What Can We Expect from the Obama Appointees?



Download whitepapers In spite of vehement opposition from Congressional Republicans (and some Democrats), President Barack Obama has used recess appointments to make Craig Becker and Mark Pearce members of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

Given the fact Craig Becker helped draft the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), employers are bracing for a new era of pro-union decisions from the new Board.

Learn more about the NLRB board members and how the new appointments are expected to change your workplace policies by downloading this FREE HR Hero White Paper, The New NLRB: What Can We Expect from the Obama Appointees?

This in-depth report will cover:
  • The politically charged debate over the new appointees and how they came to be Board members
  • The unique backgrounds of existing Board members Wilma Liebman and Peter Schaumber, Obama's recess appointees Craig Becker and Mark Pearce, and the lone-conservative nominee still waiting to be approved, Brian Hayes
  • A look at "Bush Board" cases that the new liberal-leaning NLRB will likely revisit
  • A discussion of how the new Board is likely to make decisions that will effectively enact many union-friendly provisions of EFCA -- without the legislation ever making it through Congress

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