NLRB decisions over the past four years have subjected union and non-union employers alike to ever-increasing, complex and confusing restrictions under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Employer handbooks, social media policies, the confidentiality of internal investigations, arbitration agreements, at-will employment disclaimers, appropriate bargaining units and much more have come under attack. Employees in all industries have been afforded unprecedented NLRA protections as the NLRB has dramatically expanded the statute’s reach – particularly in non-union workplaces. The NLRB has also used its previously dormant rulemaking powers to try to mandate quickie elections and the posting of employees’ NLRA rights in the workplace.
With a new General Counsel and four new NLRB members now in place, employers should start preparing immediately for the next wave of significant changes under the NLRA. Join our labor law experts as they discuss what you can and should expect from the new NLRB.
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