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Over the course of two days, the National Labor Relations Board reversed three Obama-era decisions – joint employer status, micro-bargaining units, and employer workplace rules and policies. Jackson Lewis takes a deeper look into the decisions, and what the swift action on these three items means for future.

“The Board’s holiday-time decisions provide the opportunity for employers to reclaim rights lost to activist decisions of the Obama Board,” an article by Jackson Lewis attorneys states.

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