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Labor Relations

Follow the latest developments regarding employee organizing and collective bargaining.

Should student athletes be considered employees, eligible for overtime and other protections? Or would such classification actually harm the athletes, particularly those in sports that don't generate as much revenue? Congressional leaders debated a recent National Labor Relations Board decision.

Microsoft agreed to neutrality on unionization should its employees seek to unionize, announcing that the company and the AFL-CIO would work together on artificial intelligence issues.

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A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) final rule making it easier for employers who contract employees from other companies to be deemed joint employers was blocked March 8 by a district court judge in Texas. The rule had been slated to take effect March 11.

OSHA clarified in a final rule that a nonemployee may serve as a worker representative to accompany a compliance officer during a workplace inspection.

In a brief to the U.S. Supreme Court, Starbucks argued that an appeals court granted the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) too much deference when it affirmed a preliminary injunction against the coffee store chain. The case involved allegations that Starbucks had interfered in union activity by firing union organizers.