Employment and Immigration Law

Employers Beware: Does Your Handbook Violate NLRA?

Policies should be 'narrowly tailored' and not ban employee discussion

The National Labor Relations Board, led by a Democratic majority for the last several years, has thrown a wide net over the scope of protected employee conduct, reaching beyond the traditional unionized workplace. In June 2012, the NLRB announced the development of a new Web page (www.nlrb.gov/concerted-activity) specifically dedicated to describing "the rights of employees to act together for their mutual aid and protection, even if they are not in a union."

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