Labor and employment roundup

by Walter Olson on June 11, 2013

  • NLRB comes to grief again in D.C. Circuit, this time on posting rule [Fox, Adler]
  • Departing executive director of D.C. labor board: higher-ups pressed for discrimination against conservatives, whites [Hans von Spakovsky, Examiner]
  • “Dollar General: Discovery request would give client list to plaintiffs lawyers” [West Virginia Record]
  • Dems do themselves little credit by blocking legalization of flextime [Ramesh Ponnuru, Washington Times]
  • “Government Crowded Out: How Employee Compensation Costs Are Reshaping State and Local Government” [Daniel DiSalvo, Manhattan Institute]
  • Thanks to California Supreme Court, SEIU can tell dissenters we know where you live [DC Examiner, Legal NewsLine] Recalling a furor over member privacy and databases at another large union, UNITE HERE [Labor Union Report, "pink sheeting"]
  • “The fact that it took forced austerity measures for Greece to fire even *corrupt* public servants speaks volumes.” [Christian Science Monitor via @radleybalko]

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1 delurking 06.11.13 at 5:30 pm

“The fact that it took forced austerity measures for Greece to fire even *corrupt* public servants speaks volumes.”

And the U.S. is different how?

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