Tag Archives: National Labor Relations Board

NLRB: Changing Winds Blow in Favor of Health Care Employers

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The Trump administration’s mark is certainly evident at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and health care employers are breathing a sigh of relief. The NLRB is a five member Board that decides cases governing most aspects of private sector labor relations in the health care industry.  The manner in which Board members’ terms are … Continue reading this entry

"Busted" by Buttons — When Union Propaganda May Be Permitted in Patient Care Areas

Nurses and other health care workers are usually allowed to wear pro union buttons, stickers and other insignia at work absent special circumstances. However, one area of health care facilities, such as hospitals, where health care workers are typically not allowed to wear such propaganda is in “patient care areas” because of concerns over disrupting … Continue reading this entry