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Saturday, December 22, 2012

D.C. Circuit Backs NLRB on Request for Data on Competitive Pressure

From the December 4, 2012 Daily Labor Report:

The District of Columbia Circuit enforces 2-1 a National Labor Relations Board order that required an Ohio manufacturer to give the United Auto Workers information about customers and pricing to support the company's claim it was experiencing competitive pressures that required it to seek substantial wage reductions from its employees (KLB Indus. Inc. v. NLRB, D.C. Cir., No. 11-1280, 12/4/12)

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Comments

But if an employer presents a collective-bargaining proposal for lower wages and does not state a reasoning for the proposal, the employer would not have a duty to furnish information, right?

Posted by: Peter Gulia | Dec 29, 2012 8:08:28 AM

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