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Protected Concerted Activity: Healthcare Employers Should Remain Wary Despite Narrowing Labor Board Standard

In a decision that affects both union and non-union employers, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) has taken what is likely the first step toward reining in the expanded scope of what the Obama-era Board considered “protected, concerted activity” under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). In Alstate Maintenance, the NLRB overturned its … Continue Reading

Hospital Commits Unfair Labor Practice by Unilaterally Changing Dress Policy and Failing to Respond to Union’s Information Request

A hospital violated the National Labor Relations Act when it changed its dress policy without first giving the union representing its nurses an opportunity to bargain and by failing to provide information the union requested regarding the policy, a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge has found in Salem Hospital Corporation a/k/a The Memorial Hospital of Salem County, Case No. 04-CA-097635 (Sept. 10, 2013).… Continue Reading

NLRB ALJ Finds Hospital Has Duty to Disclose Information on Effects of ACA on Hospital’s Business

A hospital that failed to supply relevant information to the union representing its nurses concerning the effects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on the hospital’s business has committed unfair labor practices in its CBA negotiations with the union, NLRB Administrative Law Judge Jay Pollack has ruled.  Sutter East Bay Hospitals d/b/a Sutter Delta Medical … Continue Reading
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