News by Category: National Labor Relations Board

NLRB Orders Company to Reopen Plant Despite Lost Demand

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is once again dictating how and when a company can close a facility, magnified in the recent case Gunderson Rail Service, LLC issued June 23, 2016 by the NLRB.  The Board ordered a Tucson, Arizona employer to restore its operations there on the grounds that … Read More »

The New Joint Employer Standard – Recent Applications to NLRA and Title VII Cases

In August 2015, in its controversial Browning-Ferris decision, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) redefined the standard for determining joint employer status. In essence, Browning-Ferris dramatically narrowed the definition of joint employment under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Under the new standard, employers, whether or not they exercise direct … Read More »

“So, how much do you make?”: The Trend Towards Sharing Wage Data

by Greg Northen At a time when the cost of basic commodities like eggs and milk continues to rise, many Americans complain that salary increases remain stagnant. In fact, according to research conducted by benefits consulting firm Towers Watson and human resources consulting firm Aon Hewitt, the annual pay raise … Read More »

Arkansas SHRM State Conference Wrap Up

CGWG participated in the Arkansas SHRM State Conference last week in Hot Springs and we had a great time, as always! The firm is always proud to sponsor the ARSHRM State Conference and we enjoyed visiting with our HR friends and colleagues at our booth. Thanks for stopping by to … Read More »