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NLRB Adds Chops to Toothless Labor Laws
While her predecessor was fired on Joe Biden’s first day in office, Jennifer Abruzzo had to wait six months for a Senateconfirmation. Since then, she has wasted no time carrying out President Biden’s pro-union labor policies. A formerdeputy counsel at the NLRB, she is charged with enforcing the National Labor Relations Act – and ensuring workers’rights are respected.
“We’re focused on protecting the rights of workers to engage collectively to improve conditions on the ground,” Abruzzotold Bloomberg News.