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Organized Labor Fires Back At NLRB Ruling

Law360 (October 23, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The AFL-CIO is launching a legal campaign in the wake of a recent National Labor Relations Board decision that full-time "charge nurses" should be considered supervisors, and therefore ineligible for union protection under federal law.

The organization, comprising about 50 labor unions with 9 million members, said it would file a complaint Monday with the International Labour Organization of the United Nations to protest the National Labor Relations Board’s Oct. 3 decision in the case of Oakwood Healthcare, one of three cases known as the Kentucky...
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