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"national labor relations" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"national labor relations" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So that what all this is about the politics of abortion because of the Supreme Court's decision, Roe versus Wade in the 19 seventies, And since that this is there's been a concentrated effort to get that decision overturned and part of that has been to elect presidents who are going to nominate Supreme Court justices who believe that the Roe decision was wrongly decided Now, of course, if Roe were overruled today it would not ban abortion in the United States. It would mean that it was up to state supreme courts to decide whether their state constitutions protect abortion rights and several states already have done so. California cans is all sorts of states have issued decision, saying it doesn't matter what happened that the U. S Supreme Court portion is a protected right at the state level. So that's the easy answer. But the long term answer is that ever since the 19 thirties, Congress has been given such expansive powers powers that the Constitution does not contemplate that it's become a really important priority to make sure that nobody gets on the Supreme Court who starts to say, Wait a minute. All this stuff that the federal government has gotten itself into, and state governments also In the past 80 years or so there's no constitutional foundation for that, and it really conflicts with a lot of in the Constitution. So maybe we should rethink that. That would be very dangerous toe lots and lots of bureaucrats and tow lots and lots of people who get paid for not working from the federal government and state government, so they it's very important that they prevent that from ever happening. So that's the The and and you know what has happened then is Congress passes these incredibly broad, incredibly vague laws, which then courts have to go in and figure out what they mean. So that means it's very important to control what goes on in the court. Isn't that a lot of them? And that's what Senator Ben Sasse keeps complaining about Congress not doing their job. They leave it so open ended and they want the court to deal with it so that they don't have to. That's exactly right. And he's totally right about that. Do they ever Chris Congress has huge incentive to do that, right pass incredibly big laws that looked like a good thing. And then you can go home to your constituents and say, Hey, look, I'm a great guy. I did this. The past is great law. But it's so vaguely worded that there's no real downside at first, and then gradually, then it is the court's responsibility to figure out what these laws mean on the court starts saying, Well, gosh, this is very good law. Well, by that time you've passed the buck. By that time. You've already been re elected to Congress, so you don't have to worry about it. And if anything goes wrong, you can blame the judges. Have a final question. But first, Tim a glimpse into our lives we got there. We were talking about Ben Sasse a great deal. We quoted him yesterday at this note from Jerry Ha ha. You said Ben's ass. Thank you, Jerry. For that contribution, you know, now that is not a texture list. Interpretation of all right here is my closing two headed monster of a question. What is the worst Supreme court decision that has not been overturned? You can deal with that of first if you like. That would be Jones in Laughlin Steel versus National Labor Relations Board, which is the 1937 case that's basically said that every single employment contract in the country can be regulated by the federal government. And secondly, did you watch any of the confirmation hearing stuff yesterday? Oh, God. No, Actually, I watched about 30 seconds of it, but the property is it so Horrible to watch when you are a lawyer, and you care about these things, because it's like watching a television channel that's devoted to nothing but filming Children fighting at a school playground. No, no, no, That's not right, because it would be more like Children who refused to go to school. Fighting on the playground, right? It's like watching C s AG with an actual cop. They just spend the entire thing saying, Oh, God. Well, that would be how they made a big deal about the fact that she didn't have any notes on the desk in front of her. Like what notes? Do you need to answer questions that stupid or questions that aren't even questions these two or three minutes Long monologues the senator's giving that aren't even questions that have nothing to do with her. Well, it's clear you didn't watch yesterday. They got a half hour each, and some of the guys just droned on for an entire half hour. And didn't even acknowledge the presence of the young woman there at the table before we around time. Do I remember correctly that you don't have a problem with Just a simple majority for the Senate to put Supreme Court justices on you said it's not the Constitution so you don't have a problem with it on my right about that door. Remember that? Yes, yes, that's right. And in fact, I I'm of the view that Supreme Court nominations ought to be more politicized than they are. I think it's a shame that nominees their coach, never to answer substantive questions about their views of the law and that we then placed these people on the court. When without really a clear idea of what they in view of the Constitution as meaning, and I think it would be healthier for our sister. Gaiety. If we had much more lengthy and more political debates over who gets put on the court and who does interesting Mother would have just understand you're not saying how would you decide this case More on? What's your view of the Constitution? What's your philosophy? That sort of thing? I would even ask injustice. A nominee. What do you think that such and such a case ought to be? Overruled. What do you think about this legal precedent? I absolutely with the other people who are gonna have life tenure on the Supreme Court of the United States. We should know what their views our constitution and expanding the Supreme Court. How do you feel about going from 9 to 11 or 13 or whatever. Well, I think there's there's no constitutional reason why you can't do it in terms of like the text, But it's a really bad idea that that really is the road you go down that ultimately destroys. The constitutional system and turns everything into politics. And if you think everything off to be politics, then you know you have no reason to cherish the Constitution and the only reason to expand that to pack the court to expand the court. That's what it is because your program cannot be justified in constitutional terms. And so you're saying basically well, I've invented a new place and threw out the rule book. That's that's a really bad idea. Tim, the lawyer, Santa for vice president for litigation, The Goldwater Institute, Tim Always enlightening. Thanks a million for the time. We'll talk again soon Looking forward to guys Armstrong and getting you're listening to the best of the Armstrong and get issue..

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Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Forming a Union

KPRC 950 AM Programming

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Forming a Union

"Where workers at an Amazon warehouse voted overwhelmingly against forming a union. The retail Wholesale Department store union says it will challenge the election and acts the National Labor Relations Board to set the results aside this as the union accuses Amazon of illegally interfering with workers rights to vote causing with the union describes this confusion and fear retaliation among employees at Amazon's best summer Alabama warehouse. Fox is Charles wants in Amazon denies claims of intimidation campaign So box

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Amazon Warehouse Workers Vote 'No' To Union

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Warehouse Workers Vote 'No' To Union

"A little over half of the nearly 6000 workers at an Amazon warehouse and best summer, Alabama actually voted in an election to determine if they should be represented by a union. The National Labor Relations Board says the measure lost five more than 1000 votes. Both the retail wholesale and department store union and Amazon aggressively campaigned in the months ahead of the mail in

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Amazon workers in Alabama vote not to form a union

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon workers in Alabama vote not to form a union

"At an Amazon warehouse in the US Despite a big push. The retail wholesale and department store union has failed to get its foot in the door of the Amazon plant, and Bessemer, Alabama. The National Labor Relations Board says Amazon crossed the threshold to secure a majority of the votes. With almost 1800 workers voting against the union and 738 voting in favor. The union says it's filing an objection with the NLRB be charging the company with illegally interfering with the union vote. Jennifer Keiper, CBS News

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Amazon Workers In Alabama Vote Not to Form a Union

Clark Howard

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Workers In Alabama Vote Not to Form a Union

"Forming a union and foreign, dashing the hopes of organized labor for a ground swell of support. The retail wholesale in department store union filed an objection with the National Labor Relations Board, saying Amazon interfered with the vote by spreading disinformation. Amazon is one of the few American employers to add jobs during the pandemic. It has fought off every unionization attempt in its 26 year history. That's a B C's Aaron Carter. Risky Airlines have grounded dozens of Boeing 7 37 Max jets again

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Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Forming a Union

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Forming a Union

"More than 2 to 1 is w. B H M's Steven Masson How reports The retail Wholesale Department store union says it will challenge the results. The union says Amazon has broken laws by intimidating and coercing employees to vote. No In a message directed the Workers. Pro Union Amazon worker Linda Burns says they will keep on fighting and I know you probably a little discouraged. But this think of it as a you know, just test is just a test because at the end of the day Moving forward. It's gonna get better. The union says Amazon broke the rules for the election by getting a United States Postal service mailbox installed at the warehouse for workers to drop off mail in ballots. Labor organizers say they will file multiple unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board for NPR News. I'm Stephen Masalha in Birmingham, Florida

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Amazon workers in Alabama vote not to form a union

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon workers in Alabama vote not to form a union

"Amazon blocks a unionization attempt to in Alabama or workers and an Amazon warehouse and best Alabama voted against forming a union and foreign, dashing the hopes of organized labor for a ground swell of support. The retail wholesale in department store union filed an objection with the National Labor Relations Board, saying Amazon interfered with the vote by spreading disinformation. Amazon is one of the few American employers to add jobs during the pandemic. It has fought off every unionization attempt in its 26 year

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's Congressman Brendan Boyle. Let's reset here. My name is Kevin so early on the chief Washington correspondent. For Bloomberg television. And for Bloomberg Radio. I'm accompanied by the Bloomberg Politics Policy. All Star Panel team Rick Davis and Jeannie Shan's energy. You know, it really is fascinating to hear from an actual legislator who's in the meeting's not trying to go viral but actually doing the legislative work to get a really fascinating glimpse into how they're actually getting The negotiations through it is and I, you know, I know he had to run. I wanted to ask him about some of that. Because, you know, one of one of the representatives from New York where I live is Tom Swazi also on ways and means And I am curious. As you know, Tom Swazi, one of the people who says no salt, you know, no infrastructure Bill. I'm curious. I'm curious. As of course, important to people in blue states, Not everybody around the country. But I'm too your point. It's fascinating to hear. How these negotiations are, you know, unfold over something as big. I mean, we're talking about the budget today. But of course, they've got this massive infrastructure bill to get through so an enormous amount of work to do in Congress, And I thought it was all so fascinating. Your last question to to representative Boyle about his decision because, of course, there's a number of seats that are opening for 2022. And a lot of representatives in his position, making this tough decision to run or not, And I'm always curious about the amount of time they have to raise money to do that. You know, he's kind of like the rocky politician. I mean, he upset. Do you remember this? He upset the mother in law of Chelsea Clinton. Remember that? I mean, he pulled off an upset back in 2014. He beat Clinton. A lot of Republicans would have liked to see that happen. Yeah, he'll be a comer. And in the future, I think that we haven't heard the last of Congressman Boyle and his political aspirations. He's right, though. I mean, you you gotta take the opportunities when they present themselves because you never know. Somebody wins this seat has it for the rest of your life, you know, And so it's a very difficult decision for these guys, because, you know he's good at what he does right. He loves his district, and he's having a big impact in the majority in the house. I mean, it's hard to say I'm gonna, you know, take a shot at potentially not being in Congress next year if I don't win this election, and and so I don't I don't Don't minimize the impact that those kinds of things have on the family and their decision making. It's a It's a tough call. But can I ask you a quick question for having runs? Sony? This campaign's what would you say? Percentage wise, somebody like Boyle would have to spend raising money. If he decided to run for Senate trillions. Just get it Not as much as what's currently in the budget in the Bible administration slightly lost millions, especially in Pennsylvania. Senate seat A Senate seat in in in Pennsylvania's a $25 Million fund, raise, not counting Pac money and Super PACs. So mean about time. No, no, it's basically committing the next year this year to being out on The rubber chicken circuit. Assuming you're still that do circuits to raise money, and it's even harder, you know, and sort of this, you know, Pandemic period where you know you got to do a lot of this stuff by suitable fundraisers that there's only one thing more awkward. They go into fundraise. He's going to assume fundraiser and by the way that surely our producer is very confused. He means the rubber chicken dinners. When you go to the dinner, Matt, he's our producer. He's looking. He's like he's thinking of like the comedic tool off of rubber chicken doesn't squeak when you squeeze it. It doesn't squeeze it. Just the thing you put in your ballet. Glad we cleared that up, Bubs. Alright, let's go back to Amazon, because that's also done, Tom in a house that for a bit dominating the conversation today, the National Labor Relations Board Has not yet released an official final decision on the employee led push to unionize the Amazon plants. In Alabama. But experts told ABC News that a vote outcome and favor of unionizing is an uphill battle. Earlier today, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked point blank. Point blank about Amazon at the briefing, take a Listen Tonto Sound on Amazon from White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The president has said that whether to organize a union is Workers choice and the National Labor Relations Board has a process for ensuring there is an accurate count of the votes cast and selection so that we can know what choice the workers have made. Jeannie. I think that we in the media have to do a much better job of explaining the differences and similarities within the labor movement. For example, teachers unions are a lot different than the debate that's being had in Alabama, right. It's true, and, you know, I think it's one of the areas that the media doesn't give a lot of focus to, which is the whole area of labor. And, of course, unionization. Posters like this can be complicated. You know, one area that you know, Rick mentioned yesterday the fact that they're doing this in a state and an area in which it's it's not a huge surprise that a union bank not prevail. The other. You know, Another side of this story is that there is a structural advantage for employers in this country when it comes to unionization because of the way our labor laws have been written, and that's something speaking of Congress that Democrats can step in and try to change while they're in control of Congress. I'm not convinced they will given everything on their plate. But it's those kind of structural disadvantages and the geography here that help explain a loss like this on day..

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Amazon workers in Alabama vote against unionizing

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon workers in Alabama vote against unionizing

"Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama, have voted against unionizing over W be a champ Steven Masalha says the retail wholesale Department store union plans to challenge the results. The union says Amazon intimidated workers, which the company denies. Organizers plan on filing multiple unfair Labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board. Warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, voted more than 2 to 1 against joining the union. Labor advocates were hoping this would be the first unionized Amazon workplace in the country Reporter Steven Bas

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Amazon secures enough votes to block union effort

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon secures enough votes to block union effort

"Amazon workers in Alabama have rejected an effort to unionize I'm a P. correspondent Ben Thomas with the latest on the vote count the national labor relations board reports the majority of workers at Amazon's warehouse in Bessemer Alabama voted against the union the totals were seven hundred and thirty eight in favor one thousand seven hundred ninety eight against the more than three thousand votes cast seventy six were avoided in more than five hundred contested by either Amazon with the retail wholesale and department store union which led the organizing effort however the NLRB says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome the union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote I'm Ben Thomas

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Amazon Beats Back Union Effort in Alabama

Markley and Van Camp

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Beats Back Union Effort in Alabama

"The queen. Workers at a giant Amazon warehouse in the south have rejected a bid to unionize. CBS is Jim Chris Sula. The national labor relations Sports is 1800 workers at Amazon's facility and best Summer Alabama near Birmingham voted against a union with nearly 740 voting in favor. 55% of the workers at the warehouse cast ballots in the biggest union pushing Amazons 26 year

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Amazon Wins The Union Battle

Techmeme Ride Home

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Amazon Wins The Union Battle

"Is not yet finished but remember that big union drive among amazon workers in alabama so far with half. The ballots counted the union drive. Looks like it's going down to defeat by at least a two one margin quoting the new york times. The incomplete tally puts amazon on the cusp of defeating the most serious organized labor threat in the company's history in a high profile campaign since the fall of the retail wholesale and department store union aimed to establish the first union at an amazon warehouse in the united states. The result will have major implications not only amazon but also for organized labor and its allies. Union said there were three thousand. Two hundred and fifteen ballots cast from fifty five percent of the five thousand eight hundred and five eligible voters at the warehouse in the closely watched election. The union must get support from more than half of the votes cast to prevail. The ballots were being counted in random order in the national labor relations. Board office in birmingham alabama and the process was broadcast via zoom to more than two hundred journalists lawyers and other observers and quote and just as i went in to record this. I got a notification on my phone that indicates that the final tally is not yet official but most outlets are calling it. Seventy one percent of the warehouse workers voted against joining a union. So the union has gone down to

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Amazon Union Vote Enters Final Stretch

America's First News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Union Vote Enters Final Stretch

"Amazons heading into the final stretch of a union push and best summer Alabama with a sizable lead over labor organizers. And the count resumes this morning in Birmingham, Alabama, where agents for the national labor Relations border counting the votes by hand. President of the retail union signaling and a statement that the union will put up a legal fight. The vote doesn't go its way, but didn't make specific allegations. Both sides launched a spirited campaign to win over workers. Amazon hung anti union signs throughout the warehouse, including inside bathroom stalls. A union organizer's, meanwhile stood outside the warehouse gates trying tow talk to people driving in and out of

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Amazon Union Vote Counting Continues For a Second Week

Phil's Gang

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Union Vote Counting Continues For a Second Week

"Nearly 6000 Amazon warehouse workers embezzler Alabama have voted on whether or not to form a union. But the process to telling all the ballots and determining outcome will continue for a second week. That's according to the National Labor Relations Board, a government agency that's conducting the election. The vote itself has garnered national attention because of the potentially wide reaching

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Amazon Illegally Fired Labor Advocates, Federal Board Rules

TechStuff

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Amazon Illegally Fired Labor Advocates, Federal Board Rules

"In the ongoing story about amazon and the company's efforts to fight against unionization the us national labor relations board ruled against amazon in a recent claim stating that the company illegally fired two employees who had advocated for workers rights and to call the company to account for its environmental impact. Merrin kosta and emily cunningham had both criticized their employer publicly before the company fired. Both women a move that the labor board identified as retaliatory amazon representative. Jc anderson said that the reason the company handed the employees their walking papers wasn't to punish them for criticizing amazon. But rather for quote repeatedly violating internal policies in quote however since at least one of those policies seems to be about speaking publicly about the business according to the new york times this seems like circular logic to me almost like a catch twenty. Two sure you can criticize amazon. It seems to say but if you speak publicly about the business you violated an internal policy criticizing not against the rules. It's an that speaking about the business that is but that internal policy sounds like it is partly designed to protect. The company from employees criticizing. It publicly at least in any

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Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote

The 3:59

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote

"I'm roger chang and this is your daily charge joining us to run through this. Big labor battle is laura. Atallah our amazon expert. Welcome lor so. Can you give me a quick quick recap of what this vote. There are five thousand. Eight hundred warehouse workers in bessemer alabama voting on whether to or me union. It would be the first. Us amazon union. And it's also one of the largest if not dealer described to vote on forming a union in the us for amazon. And so there's a lot at stake here. It could kind of not like a beachhead free unions if it inspires other warehouse workers in other locations to organize. And what are we expecting the results so the results could happen at any time. The national labor relations board is counting up to balance and they could be this week or next antezana pretty vocal there. Obviously against this. And they've made the argument that they already pay their poise fifteen dollars an hour which is above the national minimum. What exactly are workers asking for. What's really prompting this. Push to unionize down in bessemer right. So the workers invest myr say that they would really like more control over their breaks and rest time and that comes from the fact that are ten hour shifts and they are extremely physical so people who are picking up packages from tote santa putting them on conveyor belts to be put in boxes are walking upwards of ten miles a day in their shifts bending down at santa gap again bet. Certain say there's other jobs where there's a lot of movement all day and amazon does offer breaks course and allows people to go to the bathroom whenever they need to. Workers say that the requirements to fill werner's are so onerous that they don't really get to take extra break on pop up those like hour rest period total of by ryan the the debris down thirty minutes. Relaunch to fifteen minute breaks right

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Restaurants Develop Virtual Brands for Food-Delivery Apps

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Restaurants Develop Virtual Brands for Food-Delivery Apps

"In voting has concluded in a high profile union election at an amazon warehouse. In alabama the national labor relations board will now begin counting the votes a process. That could take these. If the organizers are successful workers would begin the process of becoming the first group of amazon employees to unionize in the us. we'll be following along and posting the results on our website and in the ws j. app. so be sure to watch for updates. They're

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Amazon Union Vote Count Set To Start for Alabama Workers

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Amazon Union Vote Count Set To Start for Alabama Workers

"In voting has concluded in a high profile union election at an amazon warehouse. In alabama the national labor relations board will now begin counting the votes a process. That could take these. If the organizers are successful workers would begin the process of becoming the first group of amazon employees to unionize in the us. we'll be following along and posting the results on our website and in the ws j. app. so be sure to watch for updates. They're

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Biden Expresses Support for Amazon Union Vote in Alabama: ‘Make Your Voice Heard’

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:44 min | 4 months ago

Biden Expresses Support for Amazon Union Vote in Alabama: ‘Make Your Voice Heard’

"Never heard any full-throated support From from barack obama when it came to unions in recall that when democrats took the senate in two thousand eight one of the things that they had promised was a vote in a passage of card check which was basically simplified the process in which people could vote for a union that they could simply just put in a request and if enough members of a workplace put in a request for a union. You'd get a union. You wouldn't have an extended period of time which invariably house employers to deploy a in the case of amazon. Let's say just take for example In this Attempt to unionize in alabama twenty five million dollars and you talk the other day about some of the things they're doing. they literally got the city. Because union organizers can't talk to their fellow workers at the amazon facility whereas amazon can basically spend all day. Say hey today. Your job is just learning how bad unions are with these mythical. With these these mac. Captive audience meetings exactly and the in amazon. Actually got the city in bessemer alabama to change the timing telling us about this at the stop lights. So that unionized organizers could not go and actually help unionized or organized there. So there's a lot of things that the administration can do in terms of national labor relations board and whatnot and there's been some good moves by the biden administration that regard but one of the things that obama did was to use the bully pulpit and one of the things that he said that he appreciated about ronald reagan. Was that very thing. We just never saw him do it. Well joe biden doing now. Joe biden can do more. He could go down to alabama and actually like campaign for the union. But this is pretty. This is pretty important stuff. Because you know the union is going to use this clip and it's going to help yours joe biden. We're gonna play the full two minutes because it's actually pretty big deal. I've long said america wasn't built by wall street was built by the middle class and unions built the middle class. Unions put power in the hands of workers they level the playing field. They give you a stronger voice for your health. Your safety higher wages protection. Some racial discrimination sexual harassment unions lift up workers both union and nonunion and especially black and brown workers. I've made it clear. Made it clear when i was running. But my administration's policy would be to support unions organization organizing and the right to collectively bargain. I'm keeping that promise. You should all remember. The national labor relations act. Didn't just say the unions are allowed to exist. It said the union. we should encourage unions. So let me be really clear. It's not up to me to decide whether anyone join a union but let me be even more clear. It's not up to an employer. Decide that either. The choice to join a union is up to the workers. Full stop full. Stop today and over the next few days and weeks. Workers in alabama and all across america are voting on whether to organize a union in their workplace. This is vitally important. A vitally important choice. As america grapples with the deadly pandemic the economic crisis in the reckoning on race what it reveals the deep disparities still exist in our country and there should be no intimidation no coercion. No anti union propaganda. No supervisor no supervisors you confront employees about the union preferences. You know every worker should have a free and fair choice to join a union. The law guarantees that choice. And it's your right. Not that of employer at your right. No employer can take that right away so make your voice heard. God bless you all. May god protect workers and their families who are trying to figure out how to make it make it fairly thank

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OA464: Impeachment 2 Secret of the Ooze

Opening Arguments

03:27 min | 4 months ago

OA464: Impeachment 2 Secret of the Ooze

"From a podcast. Hello and welcome to opening arguments. This is episode. Four hundred and sixty four. I'm thomas and that is andrew. How are you sir. I am prepared to go forward with it. I am here. Live and i am not a cat. And we got that posted at us a few times a few. Yes we saw it. You can sending it to us now. That was funny. Let's go oh man. We got some not only a great episode today. Andrew trump free episode on tuesday. Yeah somebody said this. I think during one of our qna's orbits basically like hey you know trump's no longer in office so we can we look forward to things that aren't you know that don't even remotely deal with donald trump and absolutely so i'm going to bring you. The story of how one union is trying to unionize the second largest employer in the united states that has been entirely union free for its entire history despite the fact that Internationally all of its employees are unionized. So super cool story. I'm really really excited. I did a lot of work on it. You'll learn about the national labor relations act it is a classic away style deep dive and And i can't wait to bring that to you. Yeah we just the problem is we gotta clean. All the trump off the ceilings in the kravis. You know there's a lot of trump we got just got. There's a lot to deal with and then eventually once we scrub all that out. We won't have trump anymore and stuff. Hopefully maybe murkowski thinks that. There's no reason trump whatever be elected again andrew. So i think we're fine. We don't need to do anything else. Yeah was learned zero lessons from the past. Five years checked. I i you know. At least it is susan collins saying yeah i i think he's chastened and has learned his lesson. Yeah i wonder if susan collins was like man. she's really creeping in on my lane. I gotta find countless something even more historically ignorant to say well anyway trump fee tuesday. I can't wait what's going on. I forty five this week. We broke down the initial brief that was filed by Donald trump and talked about Where we thought that might go on. Tuesday which kind of turned out to be correct and So if you would like to hear me making fun of the trump legal teams unbelievably terrible arguments on the process then guinot go ahead listened to To this week's off forty five. What's what's up at us. I l i had a very special. Someone rescheduled so but that upsets rate next week. But i'll take this opportunity to say Checkout philosophers in space doing. I think we're on qna's this was a little weird because we do the patrons or few weeks ahead but anyway it's a fun show philosophy fun hypotheticals all that stuff. Check it out. I really do love that show. It is it is so much fun. It is very different than a lot of what we do here and And that's part of what's great about it. Thanks very much. We've got to get going. There's too much andrews too much to talk about. We're going to try to come here. We go. Joe biden will become the forty.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The national labor relations now thing that also came down on him the fact that he's promoting that there's going to have to be a middle class tax cut that healthcare is in free that leaves him extremely vulnerable so you have the union yet the federal labor of labor relations complaint against his campaign for firing people for willing to unionize you can make him as the ultimate socialist Democrat just because of that and and then Medicare for all were just over the weekend all these people are ridiculous you're going to have to pay for it well if he's out there at eight remember at a profit in a primary debate this technically what you know these are the end and he's out there promoting the middle class has to pay more taxes that is not going to go well right with a liberal audience now let me ask this question let me liberals be watching or or we'll be all looking conservatives again well I I I think that's a fair point because it goes back to Maureen Dowd's point about if there's any negative during twenty sixteen if there was any negative news on Hillary our liberal friends would just draw the blinds and and turn the TV is all I think when you look at the activist that is the Liberal Democrats today and that includes all of them maybe except by they don't want they don't want to see that so they're looking away they don't want to see the gaps they don't see anything else let's just wait until we find whoever the nominee is right and will focus on beating trump at that point eight six six ninety redeye.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"Is that and I'm not a lawyer. So check local laws, and what have you? But in terms of federal law. You cannot actually prevent employees from discussing their salary peer to peer now. A manager like your boss can't go like. Oh, yeah. And here's what Sally got paid to. That's that is legal if you were to go asking, fellow employees. What what did you get paid? I want to make sure this system is fair, etc. What was your what determine how do they determine your bonus? All of those things those questions are considered to be part of what would eventually lead to collective bargaining. So they're they're protected by the National Labor Relations act of nineteen thirty five big fancy act of the basically kind of allowed you news Asian to happen. Those are protected conversations about the workplace environment. So they can't fire you in every couple of years. There's an example of somebody who gets fired then they file a complaint with the National Labor Relations board. It takes two. Three years for it to draw out. The most recent example, happened in in Texas, and like an architecture firm woman got fired for starting these conversations and the the company the National Labor Relations board ended up ruling that the company had to pay her back for the two years of salary that she would've earned had she not been fired and had offer her her job back. She declined the second part, but she took money. So the thing to be careful of is. There are a bunch of different technical definitions of who's an employee versus a manager versus independent contractor, and what have you? But if you're a pure employees like you were in your first job that setting that culture of fear is actually kind of the opposite of what the law actually pushes for which is that employee to employee person to person that's a protected form of collective bargaining. So in the worst case scenario, you just find out how much money the person next you is making and the best case you get a sue your company and make like shit ton more because they were Astles. Yeah. Yeah. Generally. Sounds like a win win one or the other. It cannot. There's no middle ground. You'll find that a lot of them will settle. But the the sad thing is that the majority in the majority of instances where a company is pushing for okay? This is the secret number, you cannot share this, number, etc. Or were companies out outright firing somebody for kind of that offense. It's either not it's never taken that level of suing the company, etc. Because it's not because the employee doesn't know right or I mean employers are really savvy sometimes, and it's the interesting thing about at will employment is that there's the reason we fired you for. And then there's the reason we fired you for right, right? And so you can then suddenly find yourself on a performance improvement plan. And then you don't meet up those things in your fired for performance. So it gets it gets murky whether or not you want to. How hard you wanna push is up to you. Which is again, why I actually started pushing from, hey leaders. Hey, actual managers and organization leaders HR departments. This is something we need to talk about now. Hey, every employee just start Joe for work with a placard on it with your salary tomorrow and everything will be fine. Well, I mean, that's the thing. If you're going after leaders that feels like it would be a lot slower than like anyone listening right now could just walk into their office tomorrow or today, depending on what time you're going into work and go, you know, what? Now, I'm going to be transparent or I want other people to be transparent, and so they could possibly lead the charge. And I'm and I'm wondering if you have any like sort of advice, or or deterrent or something to say like, here's how it should be done. And here's why it would be beneficial to either not do that or do that. Yes. So a couple of thoughts here. One is. I think we need to think about transparency as a continuum not a binary thing. So. Oh, it's not like secrecy is no one knows transparencies. Everyone knows that's final stage in a number of steps that we can take the first is like in the.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the article over forty seven offices worldwide participated in the walkout demanding several key changes, including future transparency potentially an end to forced arbitration Google CEO, Dr Pietsch, I just responded at the New York Times deal book event. Obviously, it's been a difficult time this anger and frustration within the company, we all feel it. Know, I feel it too. Gooby set a very very high bar and be clearly didn't live up to our expectations. And which is why we felt it was important experts are support for the employee's today. Here to discuss his Bloomberg's Josh Idelson and pipeline equity CEO Khadka, ROY. I want to start out with you soon. Dr actually seems to be very supportive of the walkout and a statement. He's expressing sincere remorse. I mean, how would you judge the overall response of Google as a corporation to this? So I think it's great that he's supportive of the walkout today. And then what will be important is the accountability and transparency going forward. So the response to the five requests that Google walkout. Organizers actually actually requested as part of their demonstration today. And Josh one of the top demands. At the protesters are asking for is an end to force arbitration critics say this allows companies to basically hide the wrongdoing and silence. The sexual harassment. Now, the tech giants have been called to end this before do you think anything could change this time? We'll certainly we're seeing a wave of attention on four-star patrician. This is an issue that the National Labor Relations board tried to address and got beaten down by the supreme court the issue, according to critics is that when people as a condition of employment are forced to give up the chance to bring their claims in open court, it hurts their ability to get a fair hearing. And it also hurts their ability to bring public scrutiny on these issues. It's something that we've seen the attorney general's of all states speak up about together. Something that rarely happens something that the media has paid attention to. And so yes, the companies now though, they have the discretion to include these agreements are facing more public pushback when they choose to particularly as it relates to harassment and discrimination issues, and it's really amazing to see the images and video come out of these crowds all around the world, and they do have a very distinct outline of what they're ask. Asking for what do you make of their actual demands? And the realistic Ness of the companies actually agreed to this. Well, they range. Oh, sorry. Go ahead. And so it is realistic choice that the decision is not whether or not they will. You can implement this. It's whether or not you choose to. So as Josh stated earlier this year for the for it was the first time in ten years that all fifty states attorneys general actually came together and ask congress to change to remove sexual harassment from binding arbitration agreements, we know that that does ban people from basically having voice, we know that pay equity and opportunity is actually possible. That's what pipeline does. So we know that the demands they can't actually meet those demands and Josh tech companies like to promote themselves as ethical socially progressive. If Google does make these slew of changes, do you think other companies will follow suit? I think we've seen already win one company moves there's pressure on others to we saw this dynamic, for example, with Facebook and Google on the question of protecting employees retaliation in may, I protests, and these companies are dealing with a wave of vocal and activist. Employees while they have virtually all non union engineers, we've seen increasingly workers banding together in the kind of activism that new deal labor laws in the US are supposed to protect taking collective action together to address workplace issues and social media has provided an additional outlet for people to get attention from other employees, and from the broader public to what they're doing and how the companies respond. Right. And we did see Google decided not to renew a contract with the Pentagon based on the employee protests. And I want to get to what your company does. Which is uses a I to prove equity in the workplace. Have you spoken with Google about using your technology? And if not what should they be doing? Yeah. Not yet. We haven't spoken to them. But what what what they should be doing is what what pipeline does is provide a clear path and a shared understanding of how to actually get to equity. And if you think about it every time you make a decision and a hiring decision a promotion decision. You actually have the opportunity to either move toward equity or not and in the second request that the Google organizers. Demanded of the company was not only pay equity. It was actually oportunity equity because we know that pay is actually the symptom the disease is truly opportunity and how we ensure that every time you're making a promotion decision or performance decision. You're actually making sure that it's equitable. Well, Bloomberg's Josh Idelson CEO Kataoka, ROY. Thank you for joining. Thank you. Now sticking with the workplace in tech Amazon officially as the minimum wage for US employees to fifteen dollars an hour on Thursday after announcing the increase last month. And while the company is touting the pay raise across all operations in hourly positions. It turns out not everyone is eligible, according to Bloomberg the minimum wage does not apply to Amazon flex workers who deliver packages using their own cars because they were contractors, and though the company advertisers in advertises an hourly rate of eighteen to twenty five dollars for these drivers interview suggest actual earnings could be closer to five to eleven dollars here to discuss his Bloomberg's technologies alleviate Zeleski now Olivia Amazon had agreed to raise the minimum wage across the board. How are they justifying the discrepancy with the flex workers? Well, first let me just describe what a flex what the flex workforce does. And who these people are? So it's an independent contractor program within Amazon, and it works a lot like Uber. Or post face or door dash which people use their own cars to drive and they're promised about eighteen to twenty five dollars an hour. But what we found in our research is that and we also used report from research firm Bernstein is that people are actually taking home closer to five dollars or eleven dollars depending on how they factor in their expenses is far dollars an hour. After.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"Give up that. Right. That is protected under the NFL RA. Right. And I think what a lot of people don't understand. So a lot of people think National Labor Relations act or all of that is just union. It's just for union people. But it's not because the way that it's phrased it's not just a bargain, collectively, but to also engage in other concerted activity, and that sort of, you know, for the purpose of collecting Bart, but mutual aid and protection. Yes. So to get formal with the statute, but that means for other things like banding tha. Together to fight whatever workplace issue, it might be whether it's wage hours. Whether it's a safety issue, whether it's anything like that. Then. And there have even been cases where just employees getting on a complaining on Facebook and other employees commenting that was considered concerted activity. Is a lot broader than just the right to unionize. Right. And I think so it's interesting probably more interesting to attorneys in the average person. But I think that the interesting thing is that the National Labor Relations board expanded as you know, a lot of things under the Obama era because things like that did become concerted activity all of this Facebook, stuff and the social media. And now, this is this is probably one of the more significant changes since the new administration has come in. Because they're starting to walk back a lot of those bomb era protections and those are some of them because we do handbook. So we're always looking to see what's considered to be concerted activity or protecting it or not. So this. This goes one step. This goes one step farther in really, narrowing down the scope of the National Labor Relations does and and the employee side in that case, we're arguing that you know, if you have there are small claims, employee's one employee might only have damages of. Maybe fifty dollars. But if you take a big company and collectively there are thousands of employees. You know, an attorney might not take a case for the fifty dollars. But for the collective the the similarly situated, employees ease. There is an incentive for an employee for an attorney to take the case and to try to right wrongs that might not otherwise be corrected. That's the one of the toughest things about being employment. Attorney that I found was this idea that you would get to a certain point you get an intake call and you'd listen to the facts, you you'd make decision you could say, yes, I see that there's something there. But then you also have to look at that business side of it. It's the worst decision. It's just not the worst decision. But it's a terrible position to be an I felt like because you telling someone you have something. But from a business perspective, it's not worth it for me to take that case. Absolutely. And I think that's one of the really one of the huge problems with because it's telling the employees, right? That the you can't collectively bind together to litigate. This. You have to do it individually. Yes. It takes the right away from doing it in any form. Not it's not just forcing you into arbitration. It's forcing you into arbitration alone. Right. Where you have to wear the you have to try to get someone to take your case, and it becomes quite expensive. So that's that's one of the the the biggest downsides for the employee's. I think the biggest change in that. And why again, I think it's important to know that that when you go to sign those I don't think a lot of people realize that what you're giving away your constitutional right to a jury trial. Absolutely. And it's an important thing to really consider into really think about and I'm not sure that that gets either people don't realize it because look in a consumer context you want the cellphone..

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"national labor relations" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on KTOK

"Pennsylvania North Carolina to Montana. This is American radio journal on this edition in Washington. Democrats toed the party line, but Republicans frequently cave in how well does such appeasement work. They'll Kerpen of American commitment is here with the answer. It has been a rough week for former associates of President Donald Trump Andy Ross of the club for growth has the real story of the impact on the upcoming midterm elections could end Obama appointee be reappointed to another term on the influential National Labor Relations board. Eric bay of reason magazine talks with trae Novak's from the competitive Enterprise Institute. And President Trump pulled the security clearance of a former CIA director on his American radio journal commentary, Colin Hannah of let freedom ring USA asked does the former director still have a need to know. I'm Lohman Henry and welcome to American radio journal, President Trump and Chuck Schumer are working on a deal that could keep an Obama appointee on the National Labor Relations board. Eric beim of reason magazine gets details from trae Novak's of the competitive Enterprise Institute, Eric seems like everybody in Washington DC this week is talking about Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort, but we're going to talk about Mark Pearson. Name you probably haven't heard much about but one that you should know about Mark Pierce is a member of the National Labor Relations board his term expires next week. But it looks like President Donald Trump and Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer could be close to striking a deal that will keep the Obama appointee on the NFL RB for another five years. Hi, folks, I'm Eric name with reason magazine, thanks for joining us on this edition of American radio journal,.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg law i'm june grasso ahead in this hour his supreme court hands of victory to employers in a decision that could limit the rights of tens of millions of workers volcker rule two point oh banks get key changes to the volcker ruled is google monopoly that us regulators should examine and regulatory changes affecting global business a victory for employers at the supreme court in one of the biggest business cases of the term on monday the court ruled that employers can force workers to use individual arbitration instead of allowing them to join together in class action lawsuits the vote was five to four along ideological lines with the conservative justices in the majority the trump administration supported the employers in the case a switch from the obama administration's position joining me is bloomberg news supreme court reporter greg stohr greg tell us about the consolidated cases before the court we've actually three cases they're they're pretty similar they're all our claims where employees when they were hired by the company agreed to send any of their disputes to arbitration and to press of individual claims not as group claims and so the core question for the supreme court is whether those arbitration agreements could be enforced justice neal gorsuch wrote them giardi opinion what was the reasoning there but his reasoning was this nineteen twenty five law that has come up before and several previous supreme court cases it's called the federal arbitration act and that law basically says the courts should treat arbitration agreements like they would treat any other contract and the question and the case was whether a later statute the nineteen thirty five national labor relations act which gives employees a right to in quotes engage in concerted activities whether that essentially supersedes the the federal arbitration act in means that even at the arbitrator agreement says you can't press a group claims you still have a right in the labor laws to president clinton question so what he said was about the language of the federal arbitration act was was clear and the language of nra was less clear that phrase concerted activity i he said basically refers to.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Welcome to bloomberg law i'm june grosso ahead in this hour visit breen court hands of victory to employers a decision that could limit the rights of tens of millions of workers volcker rule two point oh banks get key changes to the volcker rule is google monopoly that us regulators should examine and regulatory changes of beckton global business a victory for employers at the supreme court in one of the biggest business cases of the term on monday the court ruled that employers can force workers to use individual arbitration instead of allowing them to join together in class action lawsuits the vote was five to four along ideological lines with the conservative justices in the majority the trump administration supported the employers in the case a switch from the obama administration's position joining me is bloomberg news supreme court reporter greg stohr greg tell us about the consolidated cases before the court we've actually three cases they're they're pretty similar they're all wage in our claims where employees when they were hired by the company agreed to send any of their disputes to arbitration and depressive individual claims not as group claims and so the core question for the supreme court is whether those arbitration agreements could be enforced justice neal gorsuch wrote them charity opinion what was the reasoning there for his reasoning was this nineteen twenty five law that has come up before several previous supreme court cases it's called the federal arbitration act and that law basically says the court should treat arbitration agreements like they would treat any other contract and the question and the case was whether a later statute the nineteen thirty five national labor relations act which gives employees a right to.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In order to submit them for an election to the national labor relations board one thing readers can do is write letters to the editor expressing their support for the union another thing you can do with subscribe to the paper it's sometimes i'd like to consider it the tight we painted democracy our subscription to the newspaper and if you subscribe to the paper you can you support the work that we do all the best to you and your colleagues and we'll be watching this very closely thanks for having me see mary was new skew of the chicago tribune sees the transportation reporter there but more importantly now one of the spokespeople for the effort to unionize the editor oriel staff at the chicago tribune five forty eight now here the opening bell time traffic again mary vanderbilt standing by in traffic central and traffic sponsored by liberty mutual insurance the edens so far looks pretty good on central near the kennedy watch for an accident there also a pothole on the album kennedy jackson left center lane and that is blocked off and it will be patched later on today crews say the inbound side looks go k the bone eisenhower about thirty four minutes from fifty three twenty two for mannheim some minor delays getting onto the eisenhower off of eight because of roadwork inbound stevenson twenty four from the tristate building from harlem to kenzi inbound ryan slow from roosevelt bishop ford not too bad along with fifty seven and the tollway so far you have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you liberty mutual insurance for personalized traffic on demand get the traffix chicago app approved by team hockberg at perl mortgage just search t r.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Sales or the national labor relations board where this occurs exchange commission uh i think is equally clear that they're not willing to say that no not article three federal court is beyond their appellate review because that would take with it for example the dc court of appeals and the question is where between those two propositions is there a clear line that puts you know the court appeals of the armed forces on one side this is the other now at my recollection is that you all really didn't respond directly presser bums eyes argument your briefing all i know came up a bit or argument you have a theory what is your view on on on the right place to draw the line on that spectrum you as you describe it w we did you know we we we i mean the government which went first in this brief in at least you know spent six pages on on the mucus brief and we largely agreed with its analysis so we you know in our reply brief i think we it we had like a sort of a two thirds of the page long footnote or reduce flee agreed with the government on i did it is important to stress what the court doesn't have to decide here i mean i think it's pretty cool earlier regardless of where the line is that what the court of appeals for the armed forces jaws is quintessentially judicial on congress has called it a quarter of record that's not a term congress banned is about and applies to them that orange courts of record on this is adversarial judicial review of criminal convictions that in at least some cases albeit none of mine could include capital sentences on and so i didn't you know the the the line we proposed i think more clearly in the euro arguments is that you know the port could simply hole that when congress you know identifies a particular tribunal as a court of record and there's no reason to them the congress is incorrectly label in that body at least in those cases the supreme court may constitutional exercise appellate reception and in fact i actually think that like that's consistent with this issue 94 supreme court case.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The man accused of assaulting senator rand paul has been charged with a federal crime more from correspondent johnstone fifty eight year rene boucher has been charged with assaulting a member of congress after he allegedly tackled republican senator rand paul of kentucky while the senator was mowing his lawn wearing headphones back in november that's a felony and could land boucher in jail for up to ten years with a fine up to two hundred fifty thousand dollars if convicted paul separate injured ribs in the attack the us attorney trying the case said boucher saul paul stack brush onto a pile near his property and quote had enough boucher has reportedly signed a plea agreement at admitted the assault but denied politics had anything to do with it john stolnis washington los angeles times journalists have voted for union us for the first time in the papers one hundred thirty six year history the national labor relations board announced the results of a january fourth newsroom vote friday i'm partner now this bloomberg sports update an important win for the next on the road and utah the next two feet the jazz won seventeen to one 115 as they try to keep afloat in the playoff race the next down two and one on their sevengame road trip tim hardaway junior led the next with thirty one points knocking down six of seven 3point attempts in a game the next nearly gave away the next needed this victory after losing eleven of their last fourteen and coming off of bad loss and memphis on wednesday night a brooklyn nuts rally from 16 points down at the barclay centre and defeat the miami heat 101 to ninety five tamari carol led the way for brooklyn with twenty six points which tied a careerhigh high for us lacking on off as an as well as you try to come out of your aggressive use them and defence of government tonight i saw off plays rugged on not seen him which also just the win old so snapped a sevengame losing streak to miami jan gelo russell blade fourteen minutes someone over funding from the field for brooklyn in his first action after missing thirty two games following left knee surgery nba scoreboard toronto over san antonio '86 83 memphis defeated sacramento one of six 88 it was washington over detroit won twenty two to one 12 and phoenix down denver one away to 100.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on WJR 760

"In the back correspondent pat piper insurance institute for highway safety says four out of five don't buckle up at all most common excuse it's just a short trip in fact the perception from the survey shows that most believed sitting in the back seat is safe for the being in front and of the one thousand one hundred seventy two sir vade it was adults aged thirty five to fifty four worth a least likely use a seatbelt search and rescue operations are underway for three u s marines who are missing after their osprey aircraft crashed into the sea off the east coast of australia today while trying to land the marine base at camp butler and japan said in a statement that twenty three twentysix personnel aboard the aircraft have been rescued i'm anne cates seven sixty wjr news gene fogel good afternoon assange says no to the united auto workers union workers of the automakers by annan captain mississippi voted overwhelmingly not to join the union uaw harbor says the election was tainted by voter intimidation it has filed a complaint with the national labor relations board a and former fiat chrysler executive has been a raymond is do back in court in detroit next week that story from wjr's ken rogulski sixty one year old your old durden at rochester hills stood mute on charges of income tax evasion and conspiracy to defraud the united states dirt and is accused of siphoning more than a million dollars from the uaw chrysler trading center and you giving you to el rko belly in general holyfield at his wife monica the government claims at dirt and gave credit cards from the training senator the holyfield and i echo belly who use and the by personal luxuries like solidgold monthlong pins of ferrari a swimming pool and.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on WLAC

"We now know that workers at had nissan plant in mississippi will not be joining the union over thirty seven hundred employees at the plant voted friday on whether or not to organize under the united auto workers nissan and the uaw said late friday that the workers voted nearly two two one against union representation event was overseen by the us national labor relations board the economy adding more than two hundred thousand new jobs meantime last month sharon reid reports president trump was quick to take the crowd at the two hundred nine thousand new jobs for july is much more than what analysts had been expecting but it is down from the two hundred twenty two thousand jobs created in june the unemployment rate fell a tenth of a percent to four point three percent the lowest jobless rate in sixteen years within minutes of the labor department's report president trump was on twitter writing quote excellent jobs numbers just released and i have only just begun he went on to tweet many job stifling regulations continue to fall movement back to usa health news american women are dying from childbirth at a higher rate than in any other developed country mark mayfield his following now new report says the us has the worst record in the developed world when it comes to women dying of pregnancy related complications report from national public radio and propublica found that american women are three times more likely than canadian women who die from pregnancyrelated causes and six times more likely than scandinavians in great britain the maternal death rate has declined dramatically in the us it rose between the years two thousand to two thousand fourteen freeport didn't find a clear reason for the rise in pregnancy related deaths in the us but contributing factors are that half of all pregnancies in the us are unplanned there are more older pregnant women and there are more csections that's mark mayfield i'm lisa campbell.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"A middle class family could live on our mickio your rebound 'aggro great hero president donald trump well conducted the highest ever the national labor relations board are trump at the adding people on you were actually probusiness not throw union for a lot of reasons things you're going well and i think most important you know we do doing great job because liberal it could serve argue the trump hasn't done anything that adults that liberals are vet been driven the insanity rage like never before in history and they need it's great room straitjacket rubber room at a hug but mommy and i i think the answer is they know what you and i know that trump is doing everything can by itself you absolutely the nation an end fundamentally changed everything obama didn't egypt you would all by itself and it turns out bill my last comment that swamped the entire ec republican democrat it's all the swamp and that's the problem up against everyone that list is pretty got done everything i love donald trump but you know what the mi people standing in the way to make real progress so great smug report i give an air a aminus but without the repeal of obamacare i fear it could alternative would africa all that really matters is you can't afford to live it your health insurance goes higher than it is now my what for five hundred thousand a month how can a middle class family pay that were difficult to douse their four thousand we're the trouble with that repealing obamacare a real repeal not a fake repeal a real repeal and that that happening on the port by the way no other boarded the repeal no joke that scary part you're dealing with the fake news media so it's it's a combination of all the coveted ploy all the politicians in ohio the media is all a lie gets worn donald trump fighting ornament they you all the long gives the lie to give you very quickly sample the lie sure so a liberal magazine released.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Know obama's first sixmonth the up jeff country trillion dollars trump's for much get down one hundred billion again that's all the point is it's not opt jobs you obama's for six months we lost three point eight million jobs with trump we gained one million jobs in six months and the us manufacturing index thirty career high the number eight and into laugh your in the last report that came out but first quarter mining is up twenty one percent mining did this up four point seven and construction up five point six oriented trees create real jobs with real read their fulltime jobs parttime that a middle class family could live on our make your rebound agrout great hero president donald trump the guy ever national labor relations board trump getting people on we're actually pro be pro union for a lot of reasons things are going well when i think most important you know we great job because liberal conservative argue the trump hasn't done anything clean liberals are driven a then sanity and rage never before in history and they didn't stray room straitjacket rubber room and a hug from mommy and i i think the answer is no way you and i know that trump is doing everything can buy and sell q absolutely the nation an end to medellin change everything obama bombardier chuck can't do it all by himself editor out bill my last comment to swamped the entire dc for republican democrat it's all the swamp and that's probably you up against everyone pretty attack on everything can i loved donald trump but you know what the mi people standing in a way to make real progress with your great smug report i give a or in a minute but without the repeal of obamacare i fear it could turn into an app could all that really matters is you can't afford to live if your health insurance cook.

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"national labor relations" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"national labor relations" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Uh their employees so there must be a legal distinction there but i don't know what it is and i would like to understand thanks well the aim p t p is considered a trade organization and so this is a it's not just a phrase it's a term of law when it comes to collective bargaining specifically they are a multiemployer bargaining unit and federal labor law as has been interpreted by caselaw over time you know because every part of the national labor relations act has been litigated up and down the line the companies are allowed to forming multiemployer bargaining unit to negotiate with a common pool of employees and it doesn't always makes sense but a lot of times it does for instance in sports it makes complete sense uh so if you're aaron judge you play for the yankees you are an employee of the yankees you're not employees of major league baseball your employees the keys you're part of a bargaining unit to major league baseball player association that does not bargain with the anc he's bargains with the major league baseball teams multiemployer bargaining unit similarly in hollywood we do the same thing nick says the ceos of ford gm and chrysler can't negotiate with you a aws group i think could actually the choose not to and it makes sense in part because while the auto industry was once very very centralised it is no longer so hollywood is unique in the sense it's pretty centralized there is this very specific walled off pool of talent just as there is in professional sports which is the only real analogy i think to or cognate to what we have frankly it probably wasn't smart for the auto companies to not former multiemployer bargaining unit way back when the height of the uaw power but yes a long story short they're allowed to do it and they can do it and.

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