This decision is of enormous significance for religiously affiliated colleges and universities which have faced union organizing in recent years – among their contingent faculty in particular. Such institutions will no longer have to be concerned about union organizing if they meet the new bright-line test established by the Board. – JD Supra

Religious institutions already don’t pay taxes. Now because of a rules roll-back, the National labor Relations Board doesn’t believe their employees should be able to join a union either.

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