According to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), a Union engages in objectionable conduct if, during a union campaign drive to represent workers, the union finances a lawsuit seeking to recover overtime pay for the same employees being recruited to vote for the union. This decision is important for two reasons: Employers facing an overtime… Continue Reading
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Employment Law Update: A 2015 Look Ahead
March 31, 2015
#FridayTimism RT @TimKGarrett: If you don’t think you’re conceited, that’s a sure sign you are.
2 days ago
#SCOTUS unanimously ruled federal courts have authority (albeit limited) to review whether #EEOC properly conciliated before filing suit.
4 days ago
6th Circuit clarified that only demanding that a supervisor cease harassment is sufficient to be “protected activity” http://t.co/6GluJOgKr9
5 days ago
BBS attorney Angelica Fortney authors blog post on recent proposed regs on wellness programs incentives. Read here: http://t.co/LQNmxY6JfT
6 days ago
#FridayTimism RT @TimKGarrett: I'm an English Literature major. All of life is a narrative.
1 week ago
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