Left Of Boom Origin, NLRB Moves, Organizing Petitions Surge: What’s Next?

Phil Wilson
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In this episode of the Left of Boom Show, Phil shares the intriguing story behind the show’s name, offering listeners an inside look at its origin and significance.

Following this, Phil and Michael discuss the labor law landscape, exploring the far-reaching implications of the recent Chevron decision. The discussion then shifts to the current state of the NLRB, addressing the stalled nominations and the potential impact of these vacancies. They also speculate on the future of Jennifer Abruzzo’s position should there be a change in the Presidency.

Then, they analyze the significant increase in organizing petitions year over year, offering insights into the direction of labor relations. Tune in for an enlightening conversation filled with expert analysis and timely updates.

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Phil Wilson

President LRI Consulting Services

Labor Relations Institute is the leading full service labor and positive employee relations management consulting firm. We help US employers earn, protect and retain their direct relationship privilege, as we have for more than 35 years. We also help leaders in unionized work places protect management flexibility in their labor agreements and engage their represented employees. We do this by teaching Approachable Leadership™ and educating leaders how to communicate lawfully, respectfully and effectively. We are the go-to partner for clients seeking to assess and mitigate risk, maintain early warning of employee relations problems, and prepare leaders for respectful and effective conversations that teach. Phil is a respected thought leader on creating positive and respectful workplaces. I am the author of Left of Boom: Putting Proactive Engagement to Work and the forthcoming Approachable Leadership™ and several other books and publications. LRI has been featured on Fox Business News, the New York Times, Forbes.com, MSNBC and many other media outlets. I have testified before Congress as an expert on matters of union reporting and transparency.