Employers should keep an eye on the National Labor Relations Board and its rulingsin the months ahead, according to Philip A. Miscimarra, theoutgoing board chair.

HRDive reports that Miscimarra, who declined the offerof a second term and will leave the board in December, spoke toattendees at Epstein Becker & Green’s annual workforcemanagement briefing in New York on September 14.

The outgoing chair told listeners that each time a boardmember’s term ends, it’s important for the NLRB to issue rulings on“as many cases as possible” that the departing member hasparticipated in. If that isn’t done, rulings can be delayed for upto four years, since those cases must then be reheard.

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