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NRF Senior Vice President for Government Relations David French

NRF applauds agreement on transatlantic data flows

NRF applauds agreement on transatlantic data flows

WASHINGTON – The National Retail Federation welcomed the announcement Friday that a long-sought agreement in principle on transatlantic data flows has been reached between the United States and the European Union. “Transatlantic data flows are vitally important to global retailers that operate establishments in Europe or sell goods online or by mobile apps to European

NRF lauds Supreme Court decision on vaccine mandates

NRF lauds Supreme Court decision on vaccine mandates

WASHINGTON – The National Retail Federation lauded the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to block the Biden administration’s rule that would have imposed COVID-19 vaccine-or-test requirements for employees at most large companies. By a 6-3 vote, the Justices reimposed a stay of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s COVID-19 employer-based vaccination and testing Emergency Temporary Standard, blocking

Retailers oppose bill to expand union powers

Retailers oppose bill to  expand union powers

WASHINGTON – The National Retail Federation said legislation passed by the House to expand the power of labor unions would infringe on the rights of both businesses and workers and called on the Senate to vote against the measure. “The PRO Act would fundamentally redefine labor relations,” NRF Senior vice president for Government Relations David

NRF calls pro-union PRO Act ‘unworkable’

NRF calls pro-union PRO Act ‘unworkable’

WASHINGTON – The National Retail Federation urged Congress to reject legislation that would make it easier for retail workers to unionize, calling it unreasonable and unworkable. “NRF has significant concerns with this sweeping legislation and its infringement on both employee and employer rights,” NRF senior vice president for government relations David French said. “The policies

NRF lauds rules from Department of Labor

NRF lauds rules from Department of Labor

WASHINGTON – The National Retail Federation welcomed regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Labor Wednesday that clearly define the difference between workers who must be considered employees and those who can be classified as independent contractors. “These rules provide much-needed legal certainty for employers, employees and independent contractors nationwide,” NRF Senior Vice President for