EMPLOYER NEUTRALITY AS HOT CARGO: THOUGHTS ON THE MAKING OF LABOR POLICY

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Abstract

The article discusses the formulation of labor policy by the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Section 8(e) of the Labor Act is the prohibition of hot cargo contracts to social clauses as agreed to by the union and employers. The NLRB has adopted a policy of curtailing the extension of collective bargaining and the national labor policy which is sustained only from its ideological pre-disposition and the legitimacy from its power.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages541-562
Number of pages22
Volume20
No2
Specialist publicationNotre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy
StatePublished - Dec 1 2006

Keywords

  • LABOR policy
  • UNITED States. National Labor Relations Board
  • COLLECTIVE labor agreements
  • COLLECTIVE bargaining
  • INDUSTRIAL relations
  • LABOR laws & legislation
  • UNITED States

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