A new Act Now Advisory will be of interest to many of our readers in the retail and food service industries: "Union Organizing at Retail and Food Service Businesses Gets Boost from New York City 'Labor Peace' Executive Order," by our colleagues Allen B. Roberts, Steven M. Swirsky, Donald S. Krueger, and Kristopher D. Reichardt from Epstein Becker Green.
Following is an excerpt:
New York City retail and food service unions got a boost recently when Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an Executive Order titled “Labor Peace for Retail Establishments at City Development Projects.” Subject to ...
Very often OSHA complaints go hand in hand with union organizing campaigns and other concerted activity protected under the National Labor Relations Act, at union and nonunion operations.
Our colleague Valerie Butera has prepared a thoughtful analysis concerning OSHA’s revised recordkeeping and reporting requirements in retail: “What Do OSHA’s Revised Recordkeeping and Reporting Rules Really Mean for Retailers?”
Below is an excerpt of Valerie's tips for retail employers:
- Train your safety and human resource professionals and your managers on the new reporting ...
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