The larger concern is the repercussions for quasi-supervisory workers in other fields.
In their dissents, two NLRB members said millions of professionals who have some supervisory duties could be hurt by the ruling.
The decision "threatens to create a new class of workers under federal labor law: workers who have neither the genuine prerogatives of management, nor the statutory rights of ordinary employees," they wrote.
If my occasional NLRB reader stops by, I'd love your take. In the meantime, there's always Colbert.