About This Course
Union organizing and strikes are on the rise. While the federal law governing labor-management relations has changed little in decades, recent decisions of the National Labor Relations Board and evolving methods of workplace protest are changing the landscape of traditional union activity.
This course examines the fundamental provisions of the National Labor Relations Act and its amendments relating to labor strikes, picketing, boycotts, and other protest activities, in both union and non-union workplaces. Attendees will gain insight into the scope of workers’ protected rights and the restrictions on employers’ responses in times of labor conflict.