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National Labor Relations Board Kicks Off Rulemaking for Election Procedures

The current National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) continues to take steps toward reversing union-friendly Obama-era NLRB rules and regulations. Previously, the Board sought public comment on whether it should change the NLRB rules and regulations established in 2015, also referred to by some as the “Ambush Election” Rules or “Quickie Election” Rules. On … Continue Reading

Should Employers Have Employee Handbooks?

Employee handbooks can be a great resource for both employees and employers. A handbook is essentially a compilation of workplace rules and is an excellent way to communicate work polices to employees. Handbooks come in all shapes and sizes, but on the whole contain certain common elements such as information about the company, general workplace … Continue Reading

NLRB Continues To Review General Employment Provisions

The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) continued its recent trend of reviewing employment provisions often contained in employee handbooks or employment agreements.  On December 3, 2012, the NLRB’s Division of Advice released an Advice Memorandum dated May 16, 2012 in which it reviewed a “moonlighting” provision and a non-compete provision in an employment agreement.  The … Continue Reading
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