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Court rules employer infringed on employee’s right to “protected concerted activity” under the National Labor Relations Act when it fired him for dropping the F-bomb. Continue ReadingTags: Labor Law, National Labor Relations Act, National Labor Relations Board
Recent labor law cases involving collective bargaining and right to work issues have implications even for non-union employers. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Labor Law, National Labor Relations Act, National Labor Relations Board, Right to Work
National Labor Relations Board rules employer violated National Labor Relations Act by terminating employees for bathroom talk involving concerted activity. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Labor Law, National Labor Relations Act, National Labor Relations Board
National Labor Relations Board ruling allows employees with access to company email accounts to use them for activities consistent with union organization and business. Continue ReadingTags: Labor Law, National Labor Relations Act, National Labor Relations Board, Union Organizing & Relations