Employment Law: No-Gossip Policies Vs. No-Solicitation Rules

The National Labor Relations Board is at it again. The NLRB is continuing its attack on hitherto standard employment policies and practices. Recently, an administrative law judge for the NLRB took a double swipe against employers in Laurus Technical Institute, striking down a no-gossip policy as overbroad and, without fanfare, calling into question employers' ability to prohibit employees from soliciting coworkers to join a competitor.

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