The National Labor Relations Board is often thought of as just an agency overseeing matters involving unions.

But during the Obama Administration, the NLRB has been reinvigorated and broadened its scope, particularly over employers without unions.

Dan Schwartz, partner at Shipman and Goodwin LLP and author of the Connecticut Employment Law Blog, explains.


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