Restaurateurs and other small-business owners have had a tough enough go in this economy without having to deal with a new onslaught of unionization campaigns.
 And hoping they won’t happen isn’t a substitute for strategy.
 A series of recent rulings from the National Labor Relations Board suggests that you ignore union activity at your own peril as the regulatory battlefield tilts against the restaurant industry. You need to think and act preemptively against third-party ...

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