This Comment argues that in the current atmosphere in which the Board has faltered in its ability to carry out the national labor policy of encouraging unionization and collective bargaining, and the proper forum for enforcing the rights of workers is the legislative branch, and concludes by arguing for congressional action to amend the Act as the best means to bring the statutory definition of supervisor in line with modern workplace realities.
"Voices from the Workplace: Oakwood Healthcare, Inc. and the Rollback of Labor Rights Under the Current National Labor Relations Board,"
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