The NLRB Rulings And The Drug Testing Program

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Describe how NLRB rulings have impacted job security and workplace seniority? (400 words)

What are the key issues in an employee alcohol- and drug-testing program? Identify the types of drug testing used by employers, and explain the general steps followed when performing drug tests. Discuss the employee’s attitudes toward drug testing. (400 words)

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Question 1
The National Labor Relation Board is an independent federal agency in the United States
that mediates dispute occurring between trade unions and management. The agency ensures the
rights of their workers to organize as well as a bargain with these organizations. Various NLRB
rulings have had impacts on job security and seniority at workplaces (Liebman, 2007).
One of these rulings is the joint employer ruling. After considering the Hy-Brand
industrial and Brandt Construction case, the body changed the meaning of employer from the
person with “indirect” control to one who has “indirect” control. This means that one’s company
is to be viewed as a joint employer concerning workers of another company provided that the
employer directly and promptly exercises control over the essential terms of employment and
conditions. In this ruling, a company is potentially responsible for breaches in labor law
committed by subcontractors, even if the company had indirect control over the terms...


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