Labour relations, Freelancer, National Labor Relations Act
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Labour relations, Freelancer, National Labor Relations Act


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The National Labor Relations Act was an act instituted by the United States in 1935. The act was designed to limit the extent that employers can adversely respond to employees that organize and unionize. In addition to unions, the act extends to private sector employees that start or become involved in collective bargaining and strikes. The law itself was not extended, however, to agricultural employees, domestic employees, supervisors, federal, state or local government workers, and independent contractors. Still, there is room to consider whether it would be possible to for freelancers to organize and act as a union. This essay considers the ability of these workers to do so.

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