NLRB ruling: Employees not authorized to work in U.S. can be reinstated
The National Labor Relations Board ruled that employees who are not authorized to work in the U.S. can be reinstated in cases where employers knew of their status and later fired them. The NLRB concluded that "conditional reinstatement is the only means available to the Board to provide relief to the discriminatees and the principal means of deterring future unfair labor practices." The National Law Review/Jackson Lewis Labor & Collective Bargaining Blog.
What could possibly be next?