March 5, 2009

Scoring the State Labor Relations Board

Justin Katz

The Ocean State Policy Research Institute has kicked off LRB Watch to track the wins with the State Labor Relations Board. Despite claims from certain quarters that the board is "management" heavy, OSPRI finds that labor has one 15 of 19 decisions since 2006. When it comes to matters that OSPRI classifies as "major" — based mostly on "the establishment or reinforcement of precedents of potential wide application" — labor is seven for seven.

Not that the actual record will matter to those aforementioned quarters.

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Look at that last blog - the communists have infiltrated archor rising. Seems appropriate considering we are discussing the RI "Pro" Labor Relations Board.

Posted by: help at March 5, 2009 12:25 PM