Tag Archives: NLRB

ALJ Says Company’s Neutral Reference and Press Inquiry Policies Violate NLRA

A recent decision by an administrative law judge concerning the policies in the employee handbook of a nonunion real estate management company, takes an expansive view of what constitutes "concerted activity" under the NLRA and which employer policies could be interpreted to obstruct employees’ right to engage in concerted activity. … Continue Reading

Retail’s Blind Spot: Your Supply Chain and Distribution Facilities as Labor Union Organizing Targets

While proactive retail employers are responding to, and preparing for, union organizing efforts at their retail stores, many supply chain workforces remain vulnerable to targeted union campaigns. Join us for a complimentary webinar on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, as we address the special circumstances and vulnerabilities of workforces at warehouses, distribution centers, transport and other supply chain operations.… Continue Reading

Joint-Employer Liability and the Retail Industry

On June 3, 2016, Hunton & Williams LLP published a video discussing a 2015 ruling by the National Labor Relations Board, which fundamentally alters the joint-employer standard. The ruling has already been making waves in the retail industry as the NLRB seeks to apply the new standards to hold certain franchisors liable for the employment violations of its franchisees. … Continue Reading
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