Employers cannot afford to ignore the latest developments involving the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). The NLRB has issued its new election rules, and they pose a host of challenges for employers.
But this is not the only gift the NLRB has given organized labor. The Board also has approved micro units that are easier for unions to organize; given union organizers the right to use the employer’s e-mail system during non-working time; and narrowed the definition of a statutory supervisor, which are the employers’ first line of defense.
Join longtime Philadelphia employment attorney Jonathan Segal, a partner at Duane Morris, as he details the NLRB’s efforts to help unions, including an in-depth look at the new election rules, and then takes you through the five key steps to minimizing your company’s exposure to union activity:
- Training statutory supervisors;
- Preparing a rapid response team and plan;
- Proactively educating employees;
- Utilizing union “inhibitors,” such as off-duty conduct rules; and
- Ensuring healthy employee relations.
All attendees will be eligible for the post webinar e-Learning Quiz with which 1 HRCI credit can be earned.
Jonathan A. Segal is a partner at Duane Morris LLP in the employment, labor, benefits and immigration practice group.
Mr. Segal is also the managing principal of the Duane Morris Institute.
His practice focuses on preventive counseling, training, and policy development; general counseling, mergers & acquisitions; privileged audits; contracts/agreements; and traditional labor.
Mr. Segal has served intermittently as a consultant to the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, D.C., providing training on employment issues to federal judges around the country. In this capacity, he has been a featured speaker at conferences for Chief United States District Judges.
He also has provided training on harassment on behalf of the EEOC as well as providing training on diversity to members of the United States intelligence agencies.
Mr. Segal is also frequently a featured speaker at national, state and local human resource, business and legal conferences,