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Employment Agreements Found Unlawful by NLRB

Employers should carefully evaluate their employment agreements with a focus on eliminating provisions that may be unlawful, given a recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruling. Specifically, DISH Network was ordered on April 13, 2017, to revise or rescind its employment agreements after the NLRB found the agreements contain provisions that violate federal labor law. See … Continue Reading

Botched Employment Contract Cost Employer Over $200,000

Companies commonly offer salary advances or financially invest in an employee’s education, training, or certification. But a recent decision by the Michigan Court of Appeals is a good reminder of how missteps in accurately documenting such advances or investments can be costly. In this case, an employer was out over $200,000 after investing in education … Continue Reading

Does Your Company’s Employment Agreements Limit Employment Claims?

Employers often overlook the opportunity to limit liability against their business when it comes to employment agreements. And one of the most common ways in which a business can limit its liability is through a contractual limitations period. A recent Michigan Court of Appeals highlights this point. Specifically, a shortened limitation period in an employer’s … Continue Reading

Opt-out Employee Arbitration Agreement Upheld But At What Cost?

Arbitration agreements are common in the employment relationship. And employers understand that normally an employee must sign such an agreement in order for it to be enforceable. But what happens if your company’s policy is to require employees to arbitrate a dispute unless the employee takes some action to opt-out of the employment arbitration agreement? … Continue Reading
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