Labor Relations, Employment at Will, Rights, and Responsibilities, and Managed Care and National Health Insurance
- The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is one of the most significant pieces of federal legislation dealing with labor relations [Chapter 19, Pages 516-517]. The Act is generally known as the Wagner Act, after Senator Robert R. Wagner of New York. Go to Findlaw.com and identify a case where an unfair labor practice occurred in a health care organization. Summarize the case law findings.