Ben Sachs Addresses NLRB Priorities in Reversing Trump-Era Policies

Ben Sachs (’99), Professor of Labor and Industry at Harvard Law School, was quoted in a HuffPost article discussing potential policy shifts from the National Labor Relations Board, namely easing barriers to unionization, as President Biden moves to appoint two new members (“Biden Has A Chance To Boost Unions With New Labor Board Appointments,” July 3). “The Trump NLRB issued so many destructive decisions that we could write several law review articles detailing which ones need to be reversed in order to protect a worker’s right to join a union. I think the Biden board will have its work cut out for it.”