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Historic Changes to Federal Labor Law, Are You Ready?

On April 30th 2012, the employer and employee interaction transformed. For the first time in 50 years, labor law reform has caused a significant alteration in how Unions will organize. Permanent Solutions Labor Consultants’ Ricardo Torres and Dan Block discussed these changes with Clifford Hammond from Nemeth Burwell P.C. and what the implications are for employers.

With campaign election times being cut from 45 days down to as short as 5 days, Union success rates are expected to increase substantially. Having worked with shorter election periods in the Canadian Labor environment for quite some time now, Ricardo touches base on his previous experiences in similar situations.

Nemeth Burwell’s Clifford Hammond is an experienced employment and labor law counseling and litigation attorney. His expertise, in conjunction with Ricardo Torres’, provides a unique perspective into the Unions’ mind and employers’ goals.

Unless an injunction falls upon the new regulations added to the National Labor Relation Act, the changes are, in fact, law. Prudent employers should take note of the new landscape and prepare themselves diligently.




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