Thursday, August 01, 2002
NLRB changes As shown in the press release here, Chairman Hurtgen has left the Board to take his new spot as head of the FMCS (the federal entity that helps to mediate labor disputes and negotiations). This leaves, for now, only the two recess appointees and the wise Member Liebman. Chairman Hurtgen voted for the employer way too often for my taste; but he's personally very pleasant (he was to me, at least, even after I gave a speech pointing out that he was off-base), which still counts for something in this world, and to his credit he sometimes made the Right-to-Work folks mad.
posted by sam 7:24 AM
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