Labor regulators strike another blow against employers shortchanging workers

  1. ... The National Labor Relations Board drew a firm line through one maneuver that has hamstrung union organizing in shops that employ “permatemps” and contract workers side by side with direct employees...
    ... For more than a decade, a union hoping to organize all those workers into a single bargaining unit had to get permission from each of the employers to do so — the ultimate “user” employer and the contract supplier...
    "Anyone familiar with the Act’s history might well wonder why employees must obtain the consent of their employers in order to bargain collectively." — NLRB majority in Miller & Anderson case
    Labor regulators strike another blow against employers shortchanging workers - LA Times
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