NLRB GC Makes Plans Known

It took quite a bit of time for newly installed General Counsel at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Jennifer Abruzzo to win final Senate confirmation to the post, but she’s not wasting any time in setting a new tone for the agency now that she’s in the position.  Shortly after she was sworn into…

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Miscellaneous

Despite political and Congressional efforts to strengthen organized labor (as evidenced by the above-referenced PRO Act), union membership remained flat in 2019 over the prior year. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), total union membership in both the private and public sectors dropped another 0.2 percent last year with membership stagnant at 10.3…

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Miscellaneous

Last week, Marketing Insight Reports released a report on the Global Ready-To-Drink Coffee market, projecting growth and demand over the course of the next 6 years, through 2025. The report, available for purchase, provides a detailed analysis on the development environment as well as trends on both production as well as competition. And speaking of…

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A Tale Of Two Perspectives

We came upon an interesting contradiction this week when we read that the results of a survey from the Pew Research Group and contrasted that report with another from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Although admittedly a bit of apples and oranges, the Pew survey reported that a slightly larger majority of Americans like labor…

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