On July 11, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued its decision
in Miller & Anderson. In a 3-1 decision, the NLRB held that “employer consent is not necessary for units that combine jointly employed and solely employed employees of a single user employer. Instead, we will apply the traditional community of interest factors to decide if such units are appropriate.” Philip A. Miscimarra, the only Republican Board Member, dissented.
To learn more about the decision’s impact on an employer’s workforce, see “NLRB Paves the Way for Bargaining Units Composed of Employees of Two Different Employers,”
written by ABC’s general counsel Littler Mendelson P.C.