Jobbing Archive: April, 2013

Getting hired: The power of a group

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On Friday, the U.S. Labor Department will release its monthly report on employment. No matter what top numbers are, the number of long-term... Read more

Quick update: NLRB case goes to the Supremes

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Just a quick update: The National Labor Relations Board has officially asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the Noel Canning v NLRB case... Read more

Highly-skilled foreign workers and the U.S. job market

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So what do you think -- will the expansion of guest-worker visas for highly-skilled professionals depress the job market in the U.S? That's... Read more

NLRB recess: It's all in the timing

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Got an interesting email today from a reader who pointed out that the appellate court specifically ruled in the NLRB appointments case, Noel... Read more

NLRB leader says unions and managers should drop the fear

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For his entire career, Dennis Walsh, the new Philadelphia-area regional head of the National Labor Relations Board, has worked with unions... Read more

Part Two: Pros and cons on comp time bill

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If there is one thing that employees say they want, time and time again, it's flexibility to handle life's every day challenges. That's why... Read more

Update on comp time bill

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Update: The U.S. House Committee on Education and Workforce approved the Working Families Flexibility Act of 2013 today. This bill would allow... Read more

Part One: Pros and cons on comp time bill

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It's mark-up time in Washington this Wednesday morning when the the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce gets to work on the... Read more