Through Rain, Sleet, or Snow: the USPS Delivers a Helpful Example of Well-Executed Employment-Related Internal Investigations

Remember when the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) conjured up images of disgruntled employees engaging in workplace violence? Those days of incidents, often sparked by employee discontent over unresolved labor grievances and employment-related complaints, are apparently over.  The USPS has learned from the violent incidents of the 1980s and is now considered a go-to source for federal agencies seeking timely and well-executed internal investigations. View Full Post
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NLRB to Reconsider Whether Graduate Teaching Assistants at Private Universities Can Unionize

By | Employment Matters Blog | November 4, 2015
Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) voted 3-1 to reconsider its decision in Brown University, 342 NLRB 483 (2004) that graduate teaching and research assistants are not employees under the National Labor Relations Act (the “Act”) and, therefore, not entitled to collective bargaining rights.  View Full Post
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