Tag Archives: protected concerted activity

NLRB Speak on Employee Handbook Provisions (Again). Private Sector Employers Take Note.

Ver la versión en español aquí Coastal Industries, a Jacksonville, Florida employer, thought it had an employee handbook that was compliant with the dictates of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). After a NLRB review of its handbook, however, it got a rude awakening. Remember, the NLRB can find workplace policies to be unfair labor … Continue Reading

Happy New Year from the NLRB!

Ver la versión en español aquí The New Year has begun with a knock on your door: “We are from the NLRB, and we are here to help.”  Do not continue to assume that you can pretend no one is home simply because your company is non-union.  The Board continues to assert itself as an … Continue Reading

Firing By Non-Profit for Inappropriate Facebook Conversation OK’d By NLRB Judge

A NLRB judge recently ruled that a non-profit’s discharge of two employees for having an inappropriate conversation on Facebook about the non-profit did not run afoul of the National Labor Relations Act.  Click here for copy of the case.  On July 30, 2012,  the non-profit, a corporation that ran an after school teen center in … Continue Reading

National Labor Relations Board Highlights Examples of Protected Concerted Activity on New Web Page

If you are a non union employer be afraid – be very afraid.  Take a look at the NLRB’s new web page that highlights cases where the Board thought that the activity engaged in by the employee was protected under federal labor law, http://www.nlrb.gov/concerted-activity.  The cases involve both union and non-union employers because the concept of … Continue Reading
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