For The NLRB, A December To Remember

Board ends 2012 with a bang by overturning long-standing precedents

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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For many people, December is a time to slow down, spend time with family, and enjoy the holiday season. For the National Labor Relations Board, however, December proved to be quite a busy month. In the closing weeks of 2012, the board released a slew of decisions, at least two of which overruled long-standing precedent, and all of which will have a significant impact on workplace relations going forward.

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