NLRB says worker retention laws don’t upset successor liability – Reuters

On August 31, 2015, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB says worker retention laws don’t upset successor liabilityReutersCompanies that purchase the assets of other businesses can be required to bargain with workers’ unions even before retention periods required by state and local laws expire, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled in a case of first impression. …read more

NLRB says worker retention laws don’t upset successor liabilityReutersCompanies that purchase the assets of other businesses can be required to bargain with workers’ unions even before retention periods required by state and local laws expire, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled in a case of first impression. …read more

 

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