Yes, the National Labor Relations Act Applies to YOU! The NLRA and NLRB's Impact on Non-Union Workplaces

View* this free webinar, which will explain how the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has emerged to be a force to be reckoned with for the non-unionized workplace. The NLRB is taking aggressive steps affecting non-union employers by striking down employer policies seen as "chilling" or restricting non-union employees' right to engage in protected activity.

View this free webinar presented by Melissa Gonzalez-Boyce of XpertHR, to learn what type of non-union activity is considered protected under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and why some otherwise boilerplate and routine handbook policies are being found unlawful. Understand how social media and email is changing the way non-union employees are permitted to "discuss" working conditions and how employers may lawfully restrict such activity. Practical examples of real life cases will be presented in order to fully grasp the application of the NLRA to certain situations. Also, learn how and why any attempt to discipline or terminate a non-union employee for engaging in protected activity could result in NLRB sanctions. Join us for this informative discussion to learn how to keep your workplace compliant with the NLRA and avert the ever-growing reach of the NLRB.

Leanne Carlson, MBA, SPHR from LivingHR, Inc.


Melissa Gonzalez Boyce

Melissa Gonzalez Boyce is the legal editor for the labor relations section of XpertHR.

Prior to joining XpertHR, Melissa practiced labor and employment law with a focus on union-related matters, including collective bargaining, grievance and disciplinary procedures and unfair labor practices, as well as a variety of other employment-related claims.

Melissa represented private and public employers before the US District Court, the New Jersey Superior Court and Appellate Division, the EEOC and the New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission.

View this free webinar to learn:

  • How the National Labor Relations Act applies to non-unionized workplaces;
  • Why the National Labor Relations Board is targeting and finding certain handbook policies of non-unionized workplaces unlawful under the NLRA; and
  • The dos and don'ts of drafting handbook policies in order to survive NLRB's scrutiny.