Tag Archives: employee rights

NLRB Finds Employer’s Workplace Rules Violated Federal Labor Law

Another day and another National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decision about the legality of employer rules. Once again the NLRB issued an opinion about workplace rules that could be (maybe, possibly, sort of, etc.) construed as interfering with workers exercising their federal labor law rights. As explained below, these type of decisions can transform a weak … Continue Reading

NLRB Agenda Continues to Focus on Non-Union Employee Rights

A recent decision of the National Labor Relations Board provides employers with a reason to carefully evaluate disciplining employees who make negative comments about their company’s products. Specifically, on 3/25/2016, the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals confirmed an NLRB decision that a Jimmy John’s franchisee violated the employee rights of six employees when it fired them. The illegal terminations arose … Continue Reading
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