February 8, 2018 / 1:38 AM / 9 months ago

Split NLRB says busing company was school district's successor

The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that a busing company was the “perfectly clear” successor of a Michigan school district when it began transporting students, and violated federal law by imposing new conditions on its workers without bargaining with their union.

But in a partial dissent on Tuesday, NLRB Chair Marvin Kaplan said two Obama-era cases on successorship his Democratic colleagues cited were wrongly decided, and suggested that a Republican board majority could overrule them.

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