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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What does the NLRB decision in Purple Communications mean for employer policies? Find out here: http://t.co/wzxC6XYfKp
6 hours ago
NLRB finalizes new rule modifying union election procedures. A brief summary of provisions found on our blog http://t.co/p8mAhfDrnn
24 hours ago
BBS attorneys author article emphasizing the importance of anti-discrimination policies, published in @InsideCounsel http://t.co/dYeWAwI5uZ
1 day ago
Are post-shift activities, like security screenings, compensable? http://t.co/X3aNcReWVL
2 days ago
#Timism RT @TimKGarrett: We all build on foundations we didn't lay, drink from wells we didn't dig, and shade beneath trees we didn't plant.
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