Trump appointee 'conflict' throws key labor ruling into doubt
NLRB Inspector General David Berry flagged what he called “a serious and flagrant problem and/or deficiency” in the handling of conflict-of-interest issues by the agency. Berry’s memo concerned a December ruling in which the NLRB reversed an earlier board decision by a Democratic majority making it easier for employees to pursue federal complaints against parent companies or other firms for which they ultimately work. The case had broad implications for questions such as whether a company is on the hook for any wrongdoing by a staffing company that supplies workers and legally employs them.
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