Labor & Employment Quarterly 

This year, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is blazing a new path, aggressively inserting itself into the non-union workplace. The board, in a desperate attempt to remain relevant among unrepresented, educated workers, has surprisingly pitted itself against traditional unions in an effort to “represent the unrepresented.”

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