National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
The US Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and National Labor Relations Board have announced a joint effort to raise awareness about workplace retaliation issues.
Employers charged with violating the National Labor Relations Act may soon face tough new remedies in both settlement agreements and board rulings, following two memos issued by the NLRB General Counsel.
The NLRB ruled that Tesla engaged in unlawful union-busting activity during a 2017 union-organizing campaign at its flagship manufacturing plant.
The NLRB has denied Amazon's request to block a regional director's order to conduct a union election using mail-in ballots.
An NLRB complaint claims Google violated the National Labor Relations Act by illegally spying on and terminating some of its employees.
Employers may lawfully maintain a rule or policy against moonlighting under a recent ruling by the NLRB, provided they do not use the rule to prohibit or discipline employees for engaging in protected activity.
The NLRB has ruled that employers no longer need overlook the use of obscene, racist or abusive language in the workplace by employees who are engaged in activity protected by the National Labor Relations Act.
The DC Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an employee must affirmatively request union representation to invoke their Weingarten rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
A federal district court has blocked five key provisions of final rules that modify procedures for union representation elections, while allowing other parts of the final rules to take effect.
The final rule will provide businesses "clarity, stability and predictability" in determining whether they are joint employers of another business's employees under federal labor law, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) said.
News: HR guidance on the NLRB and enforcement against unfair labor practices.
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