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The current financial crisis that has been sweeping through financial institutions and stock markets does not leave the labor market unaffected either. In some aspects, the biggest issues actually can be noticed here when the crisis is affecting jobs and compensation of the employees, and through that, the whole society. How can managers and HR practitioners use labor law, to help find answers to pressing issues that their companies are facing today under the crisis: Redirection and revised benefits, reduction in force, change of development plan, restructuring, merger and acquisition, etc. At the same time, HR trends under the ...
The key objectives of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) are to make union organizing easier, restrict the ability to campaign against unions, and punish employers for expressing their opinions that unionization is not in their companies’ best interests. EFCA has been sitting dormant in Congress, but it has not been forgotten in Washington. Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) recently said he had “no higher priority” than to pass EFCA. The new head of the Service Employee’s International Union reaffirmed that EFCA was “the main plank of the SEIU’s legislative ... Read More
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