Employers on the Public’s Dime: The Judicial Amendment that Put Money in the Company’s Pocket


If there is anything "everybody" knows, it is that the NLRA’s remedies are weak, especially when it comes to back pay for employees who have been fired illegally. What is puzzling is that the NLRA’s policies – found in Sections 1 and 7 – show that Congress required that NLRA remedies be strong remedies. Congress has never amended the NLRA to require weak remedies, so the command for effective remedies still exists.

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