Efforts To Unionize Temps Hang In The Balance At NLRB

Law360, New York (October 25, 2013, 8:04 PM ET) -- A union's fight to organize workers employed by a mechanical contractor and a staffing firm gives the National Labor Relations Board a chance to topple Bush-era precedent and make it easier to unionize temporary workers, lawyers say. 

A sheet metal workers union asked the NLRB last year to review the dismissal of its bid to represent a unit of workers employed by electrical and mechanical contractor Miller & Anderson Inc. and Tradesmen International. This set the stage for the recently confirmed labor board to potentially do...
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