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Labor Relations Act:

see National Labor Relations BoardNational Labor Relations Board
(NLRB), independent agency of the U.S. government created under the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 (Wagner Act), and amended by the acts of 1947 (Taft-Hartley Labor Act) and 1959 (Landrum-Griffin Act), which affirmed labor's right to organize
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; Taft-Hartley Labor ActTaft-Hartley Labor Act,
1947, passed by the U.S. Congress, officially known as the Labor-Management Relations Act. Sponsored by Senator Robert Alphonso Taft and Representative Fred Allan Hartley, the act qualified or amended much of the National Labor Relations (Wagner) Act of
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But the memo also states that, in the general counsel's view, Division I football players at private universities who receive grant-in-aid scholarships are employees under the labor relations act, and are entitled to all the protections that entails.
The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is the federal law that guarantees the rights of employees to organize and bargain collectively with their employers, or not, as they choose.
"A worker's right to strike is a fundamental right guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act," Lafe Solomon, acting general council of the NLRB, said in a statement.
If the National Labor Relations Act needs to be changed, the current incarnation of the card check bill is not the way to do it.
* The 74 year-old National Labor Relations Act established the current process and has lasted through countless economic fluctuations.
State Representative Eddie Day Pashinski, who is Catholic, told the rally that a bill he introduced last year that would amend the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Act to cover Catholic school teachers was expected to move out of committee and be up for a House vote in a few weeks.
Circuit Court of Appeals, and found that the California law violated the "free speech" provision of Section 8(c) of the National Labor Relations Act. The Supreme Court also reaffirmed that Congress "intended to encourage free debate on issues dividing labor and management" and that states are preempted from interfering with employers' protected rights to speak to their own employees on the subject of unionization.
The SEIU argued the rule violated the National Labor Relations Act, which gives workers the right to "self-organization ...
Nierotko, 327 US 358 (1946), the Supreme Court held that back pay awarded to wrongfully discharged employees under the National Labor Relations Act constituted wages for purposes of the Social Security Act of 1935.
House and Senate; Clinton wisely refused to encourage a Congress controlled by Newt Gingrich to rewrite the National Labor Relations Act. Uchitelle believes both issues were about layoffs.
Wayne Gold, regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, has found "reasonable cause" to believe that The Washington Ballet violated the National Labor Relations Act when it refused to rehire two union activist dancers who testified against it at an NLRB hearing (see "Dance Matters," July 2005).